Past Issues

The continuing adventures of NH’s comic creators

We talked to artists and authors to find out what they’re working on, how the pandemic has affected their work and their aspirations for the future.

Also on the cover, weddings may have been downsized in 2020, but brides and grooms have discovered the advantages of elopements and micro weddings (less stress! less money!), p. 20. And it’s time for the Best of 2021 readers’ poll! Voting starts Feb. 1; see details on p. 43.

At a religious ceremony last weekend, in the beautiful woods of New Hampshire, the priest counseled us to come together ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of January 18As of January 25Total cases statewide57,86462,768Total current infections statewide6,4445,627Total deaths statewide933990New cases5,557 (Jan. 12 to Jan ...
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Well, who can be surprised Tom Brady did it again? Despite a very shaky second half, he’s headed to his ...
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Volunteers needed for youth STEM learning program The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is currently looking for new volunteers ...
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Inspiring teen gets a book deal Thirteen-year-old Brayden Harrington of Concord will write a picture book called Brayden Speaks Up, ...
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Artists and authors talk about their latest comic books and more New Hampshire comics creators have faced plenty of challenges ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities Art by new NHAA member John Kessler, featured in “A New ...
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Winter Fest returns to downtown Concord Winter fun is still on the schedule as The Hotel Concord and Intown Concord ...
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Why growing — and eating — organic is important I’ve been growing vegetables organically all my life. I use no ...
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Dear Donna, I have an assortment of older comics. They are not in the best condition, but I thought you ...
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Family fun for the weekend Hike by the light of the moon Beaver Brook (117 Ridge Road in Hollis; 465-7787, ...
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Elopements and micro weddings are the next big, er, small thing Dreams of elaborate weddings with hundreds of guests were ...
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News from the local food scene • Drive-thru Greek meals: Join Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (68 N. State St., ...
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Delicious ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and whether you’re looking for ...
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New Milford business offering NYC-inspired artisan bagels A new business based in Milford is paying homage to the traditional New ...
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Jordan Reynolds of Concord is the owner of Col’s Kitchen (55 S. Main St., Concord, 227-6778, colsplantbased.com), a plant-based restaurant ...
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Five beers to enjoy during the big game I know you’re sullen because the Patriots aren’t in the Super Bowl ...
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Cyrrca, Cyrrca (self-released) By now, you’re probably in the habit of heading for the hills whenever I start talking up ...
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The Listening Path, by Julia Cameron (St. Martin’s Essentials, 190 pages) Julia Cameron is a national treasure. Part creativity coach, ...
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The White Tiger (R) A young man from an impoverished town in India tries to grab his piece of his ...
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We Can Be Heroes (PG)Pedro Pascal, Priyanka Chopra. Other adults include Christian Slater and Adriana Barraza. But really, this movie ...
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• Soulful: Along with winning a NEMA for best male performer a few years back, Munk Duane is skillful at ...
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Live entertainment figures share memories When the Hippo launched 20 years ago, Granite Staters often had to drive to Boston ...
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