Archive for September, 2020

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Food

The Weekly Dish 20/17/03

News from the local food scene • Milford extends outdoor farmers market: The Milford Farmers Market has extended its outdoor […]

Outdoors / The Gardening Guy

Store like a squirrel

How to prep your food for winter Like a conscientious squirrel, I put away food for the winter in August […]

Visual Arts

Playing the field

Shakespeare comes to the Fisher Cats Stadium See Romeo and Juliet as you never have before during “Shakespeare in the […]

Visual Arts

The Art Roundup 20/17/03

The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Musical comedy at the Palace: The Palace Theatre’s (80 Hanover […]

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Quality Of Life

Quality of Life 20/17/03

Capital Arts Fest is a go The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen announced in a press release on Sept. 14 […]

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Sports

Can Celtics take the Heat?

In a normal year we preview big leaguewide NFL stories as the season starts moving into high gear in Week […]

Featured Content / Q&A

Pink cars and drive-ins

Change of pace for annual breast cancer fundraiser The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer movement in New Hampshire is taking […]

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Featured Content / News

News & Notes 20/17/03

Covid-19 update As of September 7 As of September 14 Total cases statewide 7,476 7,714 Total current infections statewide 238 […]

Featured Content / Granite Views

Voting principles

Being first in the nation for the presidential primary, we in New Hampshire take our politics seriously. Our residents generally […]

Past Issues

Fall Guide

Fall events are happening.Though this year’s guide to arts and entertainment is smaller, theaters are presenting shows, galleries have exhibits, […]

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