With Christmas just days away, food writer Matt Ingersoll takes a deep dive into one of the holiday’s most iconic sweet treats: the candy cane. Find out what goes into making candy canes by hand and where you can get them locally, from traditional red and white peppermint canes to those in all different colors and flavors.
Also on the cover Ring in 2023 with a special meal or midnight Champagne toast at a local restaurant or bar (page 24). Find live local music this weekend and beyond in our Music This Week section (starting on page 35). Katelyn Sahagian explores the magic behind some of New Hampshire’s largest holiday light shows (page 16).
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Prepping the beard & putting on bells for the season Santa Mark (Marc Nozell in the off season) gives us ...Read More
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Like toilet paper all over again… QOL was unfortunately in the market for some children’s fever medicine (your acetaminophen, your ...Read More
Big Events December 22, 2022 and beyond Wednesday, Dec. 28 Recycled Percussion, the legendary drumming group from New England, opens ...Read More
Local confectioners discuss candy cane creation Christmas may be days away, but at Nelson’s Candy in Wilton, it’s not uncommon ...Read More
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • Last-minute art shopping: The big craft fairs are finished for ...Read More
A look at light shows across southern New Hampshire By Katelyn Sahagian email@example.com There’s something magical about the twinkling of ...Read More
Dear Donna, We have accumulated inherited Christmas balls and other decorations from family. It’s time now for a new look, ...Read More
Family fun for the weekend Library activities • The Nashua Public Library (2 Court St.) is hosting a seasonal craft ...Read More
Pruned trees for outside, cut branches for inside Normally at this time of year I can go out to the ...Read More
Window treatment specialist Ernie Dascoli is the owner of Made In The Shade, a custom window treatment business in Windham ...Read More
News from the local food scene • Celebrate with wine: Winemaker Amy LaBelle of LaBelle Winery in Amherst and Derry ...Read More
Get ready to welcome 2023 at a local restaurant or bar Ring in 2023 with a special multi-course meal or ...Read More
Megan Sampson of Hudson and her aunt, Vicki Abbott, are The Soup Ladies (thesoupladies.com, find them on Facebook), offering a ...Read More
I am back to thinking about snacks again this week. Why not? December is basically a month-long eating festival. In ...Read More
A hot drink for the holidays I’ve got a rule of thumb that makes a deceptive amount of sense. When ...Read More
Sarah Pagé, “Méduses” [single] (Forward Music) You might remember this Montreal, Canada-based harp-experimentalist from her 2019 album Dose Curves, or, ...Read More
A Christmas Memory, by Richard Paul Evans (Gallery, 183 pages) Thirty years ago, Richard Paul Evans was 29 years old ...Read More
Avatar: The Way of Water (PG-13) James Cameron takes us on a three-hour-and-change trip back to the lush moon Pandora ...Read More
Local music news & events • African sound: Enjoy a listening room experience as Wangari Fahari, a Kenyan-born Afro-jazz vocalist, ...Read More
Era-evoking New Year’s Eve gala in Concord A retro vibe will blend with entertainment spanning decades, as the Bank of ...Read More
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