Archive for April, 2021

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Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

Have a happy Oscars Sunday

Why the Oscars and the Oscar movies can be fun I love the Oscars. Sure, the awards ceremony is long, […]

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Books

First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami

First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami (Knopf, 256 pages) Type “Haruki Murakami” into the Google search engine, and one of […]

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Albums / Pop

Album Reviews 21/04/22

Robots Of The Ancient World, “Mystic Goddess” (Small Stone Records) As you know, I’ve been disappointed many times by bands […]

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Drink / Featured Content

The West Coast IPA

It’s not fair to call the IPA style ubiquitous. I mean, it totally is, but at the same time, that […]

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Food / Q&A

Regina Davison

Regina Davison and her husband, Jeremy, own R & J Texas-style BBQ On Wheels (183 Elm St., Unit 3, Milford, […]

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Featured Content / Food

Tales of new restaurants

Local eateries push through a tough first year What’s it like to operate a new restaurant during a pandemic? Despite […]

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Food

The Weekly Dish 21/04/22

News from the local food scene • Tastes of France: Portsmouth’s The Music Hall will present a virtual author discussion […]

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Featured Content / Q&A

On The Job – Amanda Cee

Amanda Cee Founder/owner, Eye Candy Balloons Amanda Cee is a certified balloon artist and the founder, owner and lead designer […]

Family Fun / Treasure Hunt

Treasure Hunt 21/04/22

Dear Donna, Are you familiar with the maker on this pendant? It says 14kt and Jabel, not Jared. I inherited […]

Family Fun

Kiddie Pool 21/04/22

Family fun for the weekend Celebrate Earth The New Hampshire Audubon Massabesic Center in Auburn hosts its annual Earth Day […]

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