Archive for October, 2020


A visit to Spain

Celebrating the grapes of the Iberian peninsula Spain is Western Europe’s second-oldest wine producing country, but 3,000 years on, it […]

Featured Content / Food / Q&A

In the kitchen with the Berrys

Matt Berry and Lauren Foster Berry of Milford are the owners of Dahlia Restaurant (, find them on Facebook and […]

Featured Content / Food

Fish (and chips) story

In praise of the New England comfort classic On the menu of nearly every seafood restaurant and Irish pub in […]

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The Weekly Dish 20/10/15

News from the local food scene • Drive-thru Greek eats: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church (111 Island Pond Road, Manchester) will […]

Outdoors / The Gardening Guy

The art of Japanese pruning

Lessons from a visit to Shin Boku A few weeks ago I traveled to Shin Boku Nursery in Wentworth to […]

Visual Arts

The Art Roundup 20/10/15

The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Floral art: Local artist Kevin Kintner has a pop-up exhibit […]

Art & Theater / Visual Arts

What’s going on(line)

ArtWalk and Writers’ Conference to be held virtually While many of the fall’s large annual arts events have been canceled, […]

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Quality Of Life

Quality of Life 20/10/15

Finding hairy pine-sap A rare plant was discovered last month by a student at the Founders Academy Public Charter School […]

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NBA observations

The endless NBA season has finally ended with the Lakers winning their (ugh) record-tying 17th title in six games over […]

Featured Content / News / Q&A

Drought management

Why the drought will continue, and how to save water According to the United States Drought Monitor’s most recent data […]

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