As 2022 comes to an end, we look back on the year and consider what’s to come in 2023. Katelyn Sahagian talks to people in the worlds of art, theater and classical music (page 12). Matt Ingersoll looks back at the year in food (page 24). Amy Diaz considers the year in movies, with advice on where to find some of the greatest (page 34). Michael Witthaus looks at the year in local music and highlights some shows worth saving the date for in 2023 (page 38). And Angie Sykeny talks to Kristen Clarke about a planned infastructure project in Manchester (page 6).
Also on the cover Find live music, live DJs and other fun at area bars and restaurants this Satuday, Dec. 31, a.k.a. New Year’s Eve. Michael Witthaus runs through the nightlife options for the final night of 2022 starting on page 39. Kids and families can celebrate the new year as well; find a roundup of family-friendly celebrations on page 16. And, what better way to end the year than with carbs! Michele Pesula Kuegler offers a recipe for cheesy pull-apart bread on page 30.
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Fighting fentanyl The Fighting Emerging Narcotics through Additional Nations to Yield Lasting (FENTANYL) Results Act, a bipartisan legislation supported by ...Read More
Project to bring connections, improved walkability to Manch RAISE Manchester is a $30 million transportation infrastructure project in Manchester funded ...Read More
We’ll end the blah sports year of 2022 with a look at its biggest stories. World’s Cup Runneth Over: Aside ...Read More
Power down Around 95,000 New Hampshire electric utility customers experienced power outages on the morning of Friday, Dec. 23, after ...Read More
Big Events December 29, 2022 and beyond Thursday, Dec. 29 The SNHU Arena (555 Elm St., Manchester) is hosting the ...Read More
Performing arts, fine arts and classical music saw amazing gains in 2022 By Katelyn Sahagian firstname.lastname@example.org Visual arts James Chase, ...Read More
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Join the Bee: The Palace Youth Theatre is holding auditions ...Read More
New Hampshire rings in 2023 with a plethora of events By Katelyn Sahagian email@example.com The Granite State will be partying ...Read More
Family fun for the weekend Out of the house Looking to get your family out of the house during the ...Read More
Dear Donna, I have a pair of old snowshoes that I would like to sell. Can you give me a ...Read More
Put on a hoodie and shake off the snow We recently got hit by a big winter storm that dropped ...Read More
Personal transportation provider Michael Teixeira is a non-emergency medical and personal transportation provider and owner of MFT Transportation Services based ...Read More
News from the local food scene • A toast to the new year: Join the Copper Door Restaurant (15 Leavy ...Read More
Trends, predictions and what’s to come for local food and drink in 2023 Another year is in the books for ...Read More
Eighty-Eight Coffee Co. opens in Manchester Over its nearly eight-year run, The Local Moose Cafe in Manchester gained a following ...Read More
Pete Parenti of Milford is the owner and founder of Troubadour Spice Blends ( troubadourspiceblends.co, and on Instagram @troubadour.spice.blends), offering ...Read More
With dry red wines from Austria Winter started at 4:48 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Dec. 21. The winter solstice is ...Read More
This bread is a deliciously indulgent way to end 2022. It’s a fairly simple recipe but does require a little ...Read More
Justin Courtney Pierre, Permanent Midnight (Epitaph Records) If you’re going to sound like a male version of Mazzy Star — ...Read More
Two Old Broads, by M.E. Hecht and Whoopi Goldberg (Harper Horizon, 222 pages) There is no topic so grim that ...Read More
2022 offered sweet stories, beautiful animation and some excellent stupidity Whether you define a great movie as an artistic achievement ...Read More
Local music news & events • Solo joker: The early show is sold out, but good seats remain for a ...Read More
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Music and comedy New Year’s Eve bashes Looking to send 2022 off in style? Here are some places with plans ...Read More
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