Past Issues

Voting

Voting With less than five weeks until the election, we answer some of the questions you may have about voting in person and absentee this year, and we took a look at what it takes to be a poll worker.

Also on the cover, traditional fairs and festivals are changing things up this year with drive-thru and to-go events, p. 16. There’s more to chardonnay than you might think, p. 21. And musicians honor Tom Petty’s music at a tribute show in Manchester, p. 26.

As our country reaches the unenviable milestone of 200,000 deaths from the pandemic, the New York Times this week printed ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of September 21As of September 28Total cases statewide7,9528,208Total current infections statewide288339Total deaths statewide438439New cases238 (Sept. 15 to Sept ...
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With less than five weeks until election day, it’s not too early to consider how you might want to cast ...
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With an awful lot going on, we’re following as many of the week’s top stories as we can today. News ...
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Warnings about wildfires, well problems Increasing concerns about the drought have prompted warnings from the state about both the increased ...
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New photo book shows day-to-day life in Manchester A young photographer is using a street photography project to tell visual ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Shop art: The weekly Concord Arts Market is done for ...
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Plant bulbs now for spring blossoms Now is the time to buy your bulbs for spring blossoms. Most years I ...
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News from the local food scene • Indian inspired: Chef Keith Sarasin of The Farmer’s Dinner, a series of farm-to-table ...
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Drive-thru and to-go food festivals across New Hampshire Despite the absence of traditional food festivals and fairs this year, organizers ...
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Copper Kettle To Go opens in Wilton Chris and Megan Gordon really want you to feel at home inside their ...
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Dave Mielke of Amherst and his father Harold opened Smokehaus Barbecue (278 Route 101, Amherst, 249-5734, smokehausbbq.com) together in May ...
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The Paisley Jane At the risk of oversharing, it seems like when it comes to decision-making I have two settings: ...
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Not all of these wines are buttery and oaky “ABC: anything but chardonnay!” We have all heard it — a ...
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U96 with Wolfgang Flür, Transhuman (Radikal Records) The march of 1980s Nintendo-techno continues, this time with a worthy-enough pair-up between ...
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Billion Dollar Burger, by Chase Purdy (Portfolio/Penguin, 236 pages) You don’t have to be vegan, or an animal-rights zealot, to ...
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Enola Holmes (PG-13) The 16-year-old little sister to Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes searches for their vanished mother in Enola Holmes, ...
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* All In: The Fight for Democracy(PG-13) This documentary is a nice primer on the Voting Rights Act (its purpose ...
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Local music news & events • Cooling off: Singer, songwriter and ubiquitous talent Jennifer Mitchell performs a roll-in to the ...
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Tom Petty tribute show at Rex Theatre stars locals Just a week after closing out a tour marking the 40th ...
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