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Hit the ice

Hit the ice

Local ponds are open throughout southern New Hampshire for ice skating fun. Find out why you might want to lace up and hit the ice, plus where to go and how to find the perfect pair of skates.

Also on the cover, it’s time for the Best of 2021 readers poll! Voting starts Feb. 1; see details on p. 22. As part of its anniversary celebration, the Hippo looks back at the last 20 years in local food happenings, p. 16. And a purple zombie might be just what you need to de-stress, p. 24.

What kind of state do we have and what kind of state do we want? At a time in the ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of January 11As of January 18Total cases statewide52,30757,864Total current infections statewide6,1186,444Total deaths statewide869933New cases4,979 (Jan. 5 to Jan ...
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Black Heritage Trail of NH receives new sculpture The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire (blackheritagetrailnh.org) now includes the town ...
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News Item: Inmates Running The Asylum Doug Pederson loses a showdown with his owner because he wanted rookie Jalen Hurts ...
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It’s cookie time! Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains have officially kicked off Girl Scout cookie season, with ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities Art by Roberta Woolfson, on display at Creative Ventures Gallery. Courtesy ...
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Your guide to skating outside A month into winter, outdoor ice skating rinks across the state are open for the ...
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Family fun for the weekend Planes and iBOTs Take a hike Beaver Brook Association is offering a Kids Fitness Hiking ...
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Help your plants make it through winter If you are like me, you buy new perennials, trees and shrubs every ...
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Dear Donna, Might you be able to suggest a good reference document or catalogue for Lionel Antique Trains (1950s)? Louis ...
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News from the local food scene • Soup’s on: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church (111 Island Pond Road, Manchester) will host ...
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How the food scene in New Hampshire has grown since the Hippo’s debut The local food scene looked a lot ...
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New authentic pizzeria opens in Milford Wood-fired Pizza Nights at the Hilltop Cafe in Wilton on Fridays and Saturdays became ...
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Laura Fucella of Concord is the owner of E(at)xactly Cakes (eatxactlycakes.com), a homestead business specializing in custom designed cakes, cupcakes ...
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How grape varietals come together in wine blends Courtesy photo. Most wines produced today are made up of a blend ...
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One fairly common New Year’s resolution is to read more classics of literature. I didn’t actually make that resolution this ...
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M Ward, Think of Spring (Anti Records) Sorry I missed the PR email when this CD came out officially on ...
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Olive, Mabel & Me: Life and Adventures with Two Very Good Dogs by Andrew Cotter (The Countryman Press, 205 pages) ...
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Promising Young Woman (R) Carey Mulligan plays a woman who can’t move on from the wrong done to her friend ...
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• Rocker: When playing plugged in with his band, Max Sullivan can positively wail, channeling guitar gods from Jimmy Page ...
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Winter Warmer showcases regional talent The spark for Winter Warmer, a virtual music festival that kicked off Jan. 16, came ...
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