Archive for September, 2020

Featured Content / Granite Views

Coping with loss

As our country reaches the unenviable milestone of 200,000 deaths from the pandemic, the New York Times this week printed […]

Fairs & Festivals / Family Fun / Featured Content / Outdoors

Lose yourself in fall fun

Corn mazes are a quintessential autumn activity Whatever you want your corn maze experience to be — easy or complex, […]

Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt 20/09/03

Dear Donna,This is a 1920s large paper cutter that I acquired from a school flea market years ago. I have […]

Past Issues

Crushing It!

It’s the first weekend of fall, and there’s all kinds of fun to be had, from a grape harvest and […]

Featured Content / Nightlife

In the Neighborhood

Boston supergroup plays free Concord show With not quite two years behind them as a band, Neighbor has become a […]

Music This Week

The Music Roundup 20/09/24

Local music news & events • On course: When he’s not with the band 21st and 1st, Justin Jordan plays […]

Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

Antebellum (R) & Unpregnant (PG-13)

Antebellum (R) Janelle Monáe gives a good performance in the murky, underdeveloped Antebellum. I don’t think I can avoid spoiling […]

Books

The Dynasty

The Dynasty, by Jeff Benedict (Avid Reader Press, 528 pages) To hell with Tom Brady. The real GOAT is Robert […]

Albums / Pop

Album Reviews 20/09/24

Clan of Xymox, Spider on the Wall (Metropolis Records) This Dutch goth-rock outfit, originally comprising three songwriters, is nowadays down […]

Drink

Fine, you can have pumpkin beer now

Who knew pumpkin beer would be such a win? I saw a reputable brewing company heavily promoting via social media […]

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