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Garden escapes

Garden escapes

Whether you love getting your hands dirty or you’ve never lifted a gardening tool in your life, there’s something to be said for enjoying the elegance of a garden that other people grow. Find out what it takes to create these public gardens where you can reap the beautiful benefits without any of the work.

Also on the cover, local chef Keith Sarasin talks about his new book, Meat: The Ultimate Cookbook, p. 24. Give your wine experience some French flair, p. 29. And James Montgomery teams up with Bob McCarthy and Billy Martin for a live blues show, p. 34.

Imagine a world where parents go off to work and then know their kids are well cared for and safe ...
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Covid-19 updateAs of May 3As of May 10Total cases statewide95,50696,801Total current infections statewide1,9791,492Total deaths statewide1,3051,315New cases1,571 (April 27 to May ...
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UNH students send a biology experiment to space A student team from University of New Hampshire Manchester is one of ...
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It’s weird that in the worst Patriots season in two decades, this football season/off-season has seemed to last longer than ...
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Coming soon: a theater near you! Regal Hooksett 8, the movie theater off Interstate 93 Exit 10 in Hooksett, will ...
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Get all of the flower-filled beauty with none of the work at public gardens Plenty of people like working in ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities The Nashua International Sculpture Symposium returns May 20. Courtesy photo. • ...
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Youth artwork celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month New Hampshire youth speak out about mental health through art at the Magnify ...
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Family fun for the weekend The tipi set up at Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Courtesy photo. Virtual field trips Watch ...
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Most species aren’t as bad as you think It’s spring, and insects are hatching, flying and munching. Contrary to what ...
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Dear Donna,I found this small horse charm and it says “Black Horse Ale NY.” It’s only 1 1/2” x 1” ...
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Mary Sargent Family mediator, Mary Sargent Mediation Mary Sargent is a certified family mediator based in Bedford. Explain your job ...
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News from the local food scene • More Greek eats to go: Join St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral (650 Hanover ...
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Local chef to release new meat-focused cookbook Milford chef Keith Sarasin of The Farmers Dinner has written three books since ...
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Gusto Italiano Market coming to Bedford Pizza pies cooked in an imported Italian oven — and prepared by a fifth-generation ...
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Beth Vine of Derry, also known as The Mad Baker (themadbaker.net and on Facebook and Instagram @themadbakernh), offers fresh items ...
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I have a theory that the greater the classic rock anthem, the less objective sense it makes. Remember in seventh ...
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A look at American takes on French-style blends While blending of grape varietals is not new to California winemaking, Thomas ...
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Rain Rabbit, Rain Rabbit (self-released) So some guy from Chicago named Kyle Brauch sent me a random email to try ...
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The Five Wounds, by Kirstin Valdez Quade (W.W. Norton, 416 pages) You may think that you have no interest in ...
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Jason Statham is a man bent on revenge in a Los Angeles full of dubious accents, face-obscuring beards and excessive ...
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Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street (PG) I know Oscar the Grouch, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, Gordon, ...
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Local music news & events • Join together: One sign that things are, as the song goes, closer to fine, ...
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Blues trio goes way back When James Montgomery arrived at Boston University in 1967 his mind was on more than ...
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