Archive for November, 2020

Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (PG)

An inventor is lifted out of his doldrums by a visit from his plucky granddaughter in Jingle Jangle: A Christmas […]

Books

How to Write One Song, by Jeff Tweedy

How to Write One Song, by Jeff Tweedy (Dutton, 159 pages) Of all the implausible goals on my bucket list, […]

Albums / Pop

Album Reviews 20/11/19

The Old Rochelle, Pony Steps (Crumple Crumple Crumple Records) This band is too messy and cool for me to dismiss […]

Drink

Thanksgiving and beer

The ultimate day of indulgence requires the appropriate brew Thanksgiving is the ultimate day of indulgence — savory gravy, delicious […]

Featured Content / Food / Q&A

In the kitchen with Matt Casey

Matt Casey is the owner-operator of Casey Magee’s Irish Pub & Music Hall (8 Temple St., Nashua, 484-7400, caseymagees.com), which […]

Featured Content / Food

Give thanks and relax

Ideas for getting big Thanksgiving flavors in smaller, easier dishes If you’re used to cooking a large Thanksgiving dinner with […]

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Food

The Weekly Dish 20/11/19

News from the local food scene • More drive-thru Greek eats: On the heels of the success of a similar […]

Featured Content

Kiddie Pool 20/11/19

Family fun for whenever Virtual Feztival The Bektash Shriners of New Hampshire is moving its annual Feztival of Trees online. […]

Outdoors / The Gardening Guy

Giving thanks

Grateful for family, friends and gardens I think it’s important to take time to count my blessings. I try to […]

Visual Arts

The Art Roundup 20/11/19

The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Holiday art shopping: The newly formed Two Villages Art Society […]

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