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Definitely try this at home

Definitely try this at home

Between Covid, cold and snow, you might be spending a lot of time at home in the coming months. We have a few ideas to keep you from going stir crazy, from growing succulents to creating an indoor obstacle course that’s fun for the whole family.

Also on the cover, if you’re looking for some holiday cheer, there’s a home in Nashua that’s lighting up the night, p. 15. Find new Thai eats in Manchester and new Italian eats in New Boston, p. 22 & 23. And there are lots of holiday brews that can help you get through the rest of 2020, p. 26.

Why is school choice and expansion of the charter school system in New Hampshire such a political hot spot? If ...
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A graphic the shape of the state of New Hampshire, filled in with the New Hampshire flag made up of the crest of New Hampshire on a blue field.
Covid-19 updateAs of December 7As of December 14Total cases statewide25,81631,875Total current infections statewide5,3866,752Total deaths statewide566604New cases4,822 (Dec. 1 to Dec ...
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Hillsboro man helping kids learn money management Dan Hebert of Hillsboro has been named a winner of the 2020 Myra ...
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With the Patriots’ 10-day trip to Wallyworld hitting the high point of the season — a 45-0 beatdown of the ...
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A graphic the shape of the state of New Hampshire, filled in with the New Hampshire flag made up of the crest of New Hampshire on a blue field.
Light at the end of the tunnelOn Dec. 14, the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine arrived in New ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Catch a holiday show: The Majestic Theatre presents a show, ...
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7 IDEAS FOR PROJECTS TO LIVEN UP YOUR WINTER Between Covid, snowstorms and shorter days, we’ll all likely be spending ...
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Christmas lights at Countryside Drive Turn down Countryside Drive in Nashua and you’ll find your way to a festive display ...
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Family fun for the weekend A Shaker Christmas Take a A Magic Journey through the North Shop Barn at Canterbury ...
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Trees and plants for your feathered friends By now many of us are providing seeds to the neighborhood birds. Of ...
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Thai Food Connection opens in Manchester Chicken krapow. Courtesy photo. Not long after Republic Cafe moved all its operations down ...
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The Chef opens in New Boston For more than two decades, Angel Santiago has built his culinary resume at restaurants ...
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Courtney Parker of Nashua is the owner of Simple Sweets Bakery (simplesweetsbakery0.wixsite.com, or on Facebook @simplesweetsbakery11), a homestead business specializing ...
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Beers for the holidays You need some beer to get you through the rest of 2020. Has a truer statement ...
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Sculptor, Untold Secrets (Frontiers Music) Is “melodic death metal” an oxymoron, a shameless way to sell out, or a sure ...
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The Sentinel by Lee Child and Andrew Child (Delacorte Press, 253 pages) As I settled down in a chair with ...
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The Croods: A New Age (PG) The Neanderthal-ish cave family the Croods meets some yuppie helicopter-parent homo sapiens in The ...
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Let Them All Talk (R) Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen. Also starring Dianne Wiest, Gemma Chan and Lucas Hedges. Famous serious ...
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Local music news & events • Food music: Though Covid-19 ate his annual booze cruise, Chad LaMarsh is still performing ...
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Dan Blakeslee celebrates Christmas LP with show It takes real Grinch-iness to resist the ebullient charms of Christmasland Jubilee, the ...
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