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Apple season — 09/15/22

September is prime apple picking season in southern New Hampshire, kicking off a harvest season for most local orchards that runs right through the month and into October. Find out where you can go to pick your own apples at local orchards and farms, and discover other quintessential fall activities, like corn mazes, hay rides, pumpkin picking and more.

Also on the cover Katelyn Sahagian brings you all of the details of the annual Granite State Comic Con, returning for a 20th year this weekend (page 17). Discover authentic cuisine and more at the annual Egyptian Food Festival in Nashua (page 26). Glendi, a more than 40-year tradition at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester, returns with three days of homemade Greek entrees, pastries and more (page 25).

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Omicron boosters Covid booster vaccinations updated to protect against the omicron variant are now available in New Hampshire. According to ...
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Rudy 3: Change Can Be Good due out in mid-October Portsmouth-based author Diane Robbins Jones discussed the upcoming third and ...
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With Week 1 gone and 16 games still left to play, here are a few people worth keeping an eye ...
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Health care labor shortages Health care workforce shortages in New Hampshire have resulted in an increased reliance on contract labor, ...
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Big Events September 15, 2022 and beyond Friday, Sept. 16 The New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival start today at ...
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Your guide to finding fruit and fun at the orchard By Matt Ingersoll mingersoll@hippopress.com Most of southern New Hampshire continues ...
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Multicultural festivals celebrate the cultures of Nashua and Concord By Hannah Turtle hturtle@hippopress.com This weekend, the region will host two ...
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The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Part of your world: The Palace Theatre (80 Hanover St., ...
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Granite State Comic Con celebrates comic books, sci-fi, games and more By Katelyn Sahagian ksahagian@hippopress.com What started as a small ...
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Water deep if you can, and mulch properly Many of my readers are suffering from a serious drought, enough so ...
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Dear Donna, My mom passed along a newspaper article from the Hippo with your contact information. She is looking to ...
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Family fun for the weekend Fairs and festivals • The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is holding its annual fundraiser ...
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Environmental remediation specialist Pamela Whitney is the owner of New England Decon, an environmental remediation and restoration company based in ...
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News from the local food scene • Pancakes in Pelham: Pelham’s Old Home Day, returning to the grounds of the ...
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Glendi offers three days of Greek eats By Jack Walsh listings@hippopress.com Glendi, the three-day food festival celebrating Greek culture with ...
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Egyptian food festival returns to Nashua By Matt Ingersoll mingersoll@hippopress.com Following its cancellation in 2020 and a successful comeback year ...
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Greg Sturgis of Concord launched The Pizza Project (thepizzaprojectnh.com, and on Facebook and Instagram @thepizzaprojectnh), a series of pizza pop-ups ...
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When you’re setting out snacks for an afternoon of football-watching or an evening of movies, you want a nice mix ...
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I called an Über a couple of months ago. My driver got right back to me and said she would ...
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Joseph Shipp, Free For A While (self-released) This 40-year-old Tennessee-born singer-songwriter tried San Francisco life for a while, landed himself ...
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Nona the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir (Tordotcom, 480 pages) When I first opened Gideon the Ninth, the first of Tamsyn ...
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Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (PG) Jenny Slate and Dean Fleischer-Camp bring the shoe-wearing shell of their early 2010s ...
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Local music news & events • Laugh night: Enjoy Third Thursday comedy with Matt Barry, joined by James Hamilton, Gilman ...
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Marshall Crenshaw rocks The Rex By Michael Witthaus mwitthaus@hippopress.com Calling his latest tour “40 Years In Showbiz,” Marshall Crenshaw is ...
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