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From couch to cardio

Local fitness pros talk about their shift to virtual classes. Find out why you might want to get off the couch and try Zumba, Pound, yoga, group personal training and more, all without leaving your house.

Also on the cover, voting is now open for the Hippo’s Best of readers’ poll! Vote for your favorite people, places and events in southern New Hampshire. See details on p. 35. And if you can whip up a delicious bowl of chili, you may want to check out the Virtual Chili Cook-Off being hosted by the Merrimack and Amherst Lions Clubs, p. 18.

We’re now deep into the pandemic hoping against hope that 2021 will be the year that we’ll get to see ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of February 8As of February 15Total cases statewide68,49971,017Total current infections statewide3,2452,953Total deaths statewide1,1061,135New cases2,441 (Feb. 2 to Feb ...
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With the Super Bowl in the rear view mirror after Tom Brady’s quest for No. 7 took up a lot ...
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Animal shelter observes anniversary, plans expansion The Manchester Animal Shelter has found homes for more than 25,000 animals since it ...
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Youth protest peacefully with art installation A group of youth organizers hung posters and banners on the chain link fence ...
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Mother and son create interactive kids book about Covid-19 Deer orienteer Stephen Stagg is on a new kind of hunt ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities “Winter Blues” art exhibit at The Lane House Arts Center in ...
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Tone up, stretch and sweat at home with virtual fitness classes and local teachers There are so many reasons to ...
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Winter veggies by the bowlful There is something about a bowl of warm soup on a cold winter day that ...
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Family fun for the weekend Vacation week fun Let the kids explore hands-on exhibits that show the science behind motion, ...
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Dear Donna, My 95-year-old father recently sent me this antique creamer. (At least I think it’s a creamer!) It was ...
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News from the local food scene • Local Greek eats: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church (111 Island Pond Road, Manchester) will ...
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Amherst, Merrimack Lions Clubs to host “virtual” chili cook-off If a hot bowl of chili has been one of your ...
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Mola Foods to open new tasting room and kitchen Since launching Mola Foods in 2016, Jeannette Bryant of Nashua has ...
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Jason Duffy is the executive chef of Bistro 603 (345 Amherst St., Nashua, 722-6362, bistro603nashua.com), which opened last August. Born ...
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Veggies and seafood pair well with white wines Grilled steak or spaghetti and meatballs call for a robust wine such ...
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Early on in the Covid lockdown, I decided to take ice cream to the workers at my dump. I wanted ...
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Disco Shrine, xxoo Disco (self-released) Man, the world just needs to stop a second so I can catch my breath ...
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Doomed Romance: Broken Hearts, Lost Souls and Sexual Tumult in Nineteenth-Century America, by Christine Leigh Heyrman (Knopf, 304 pages) Perform ...
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Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (PG-13) Everybody is wonderfully game in the delightfully silly Barb and Star ...
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• Serenading: Check out a recent Facebook Live stream from Jessica Olson for an idea of her musical outlook. The ...
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Tyler Allgood shines on soul-baring Through The Empty Surgery and its aftermath are often challenging; for a recovering addict, the ...
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