In this week’s cover story, we take a look at pollinator-friendly plants. Find out which types of plants added to your garden can create an environment to help bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other key pollinators thrive, and learn about a few others that experts say can help keep the deer away.
Also on the cover Taco Tour Manchester is back (Thursday, May 4), and Matt Ingersoll has all the delicious details (page 24). Michael Witthaus catches up with rootsy trio Low Lily, ahead of their upcoming CD release show at the Bank of NH Stage in Concord on Friday, April 28 (page 31). Katelyn Sahagian previews Symphony NH’s much anticipated 100th anniversary concert, at the Nashua Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 29 (page 15).
Director departs The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has announced the planned departure of Director of the ...Read More
A Manchester artist talks about her coloring book Jyl Dittbenner, the Manchester artist behind the coloring book The Colors of ...Read More
The Big Story – NFL Draft: While knowing Coach B won’t follow the script by trading up, down and around ...Read More
Hey, leave our seafood platters alone Dozens of restaurants in New Hampshire are feeling the effects of a nationwide ransomware ...Read More
Big Events April 27, 2023 and beyond Thursday, April 27 Today is opening night for Cirque Alfonse-Animal at the Dana ...Read More
Plants to attract birds, bees and other pollinators By Matt Ingersoll, Angie Sykeny and Katelyn [email protected]
A gorgeous garden isn’t ...Read More
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities •Paintings and ceramics: The show “Of the Earth” continues at the ...Read More
Symphony New Hampshire is celebrating its centennial For a century, Symphony New Hampshire has been bringing classical music to the ...Read More
Look at all the pretty flowers! I like to have blossoms in the garden and in vases everywhere. I try ...Read More
Family fun for the weekend Curtains up • The Palace Youth Theatre will put on a performance of Pinocchioat the ...Read More
Hi, Donna. My name is Karen and I am unsure of what I have. It came to me in a ...Read More
Special events and deals for Independent Bookstore Day Independently owned bookstores across New Hampshire are getting ready to celebrate what ...Read More
Master barber Hannah Coleman is a master barber and owner of Ritual Grooming (557 Daniel Webster Hwy., Unit 3, Merrimack, ...Read More
News from the local food scene • Spectaular!: Tickets are on sale now for the New England Wine Spectacular, happening ...Read More
Taco Tour returns to downtown Manchester After a successful revival year in 2022, Taco Tour returns on Thursday, May 4, ...Read More
Hampstead Eats food truck festival returns Hampstead Congregational Church is gearing up for its third annual food truck festival fundraiser ...Read More
Kelley-Sue LeBlanc — a.k.a. “KSL” — is the owner of The Sleazy Vegan food truck (thesleazyvegan.com, and on Facebook and ...Read More
I opened the door to the back seat of my car and went to put my briefcase in but saw ...Read More
T3nors, Naked Soul (Frontiers Records) Had a weird little exchange the other day, on either Facebook or Twitter, I forget, ...Read More
The Society of Shame, by Jane Roper (Anchor, 360 pages) The year is young, but it’s hard to imagine that ...Read More
A teen just can’t not open the obviously evil Book of the Dead, thus releasing demons or whatever and leading ...Read More
Local music news & events • Reimaginers: At a weekly residency in a Gate City speakeasy, Loce Jazz puts a ...Read More
Low Lily unveils Angels in the Wreckage On their latest album, Low Lily, the rootsy trio of married couple Liz ...Read More
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