Decades in the making, the Nashua Center for the Arts finally opened its doors downtown on April 1. Katelyn Sahagian chronicles the more than 20-year-long journey among donors, board members and arts supporters to bring the long-awaited center to fruition and previews its first collection of shows, including an interview with American Idol alums Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken, who will take the stage together on April 13.
Also on the cover “In Full Bloom,” an art exhibit at the New Hampshire Antique Co-op in Milford, offers spring flowers on canvas. (page 14). Find Easter egg hunts happening this weekend (page 18). Find live local music this weekend and beyond in our Music This Week listings, which start on page 32.
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Egg updates! As of the morning of Tuesday, April 4, four eggs had been laid by the peregrine falcon pair ...Read More
Big Events April 6, 2023 and beyond Thursday, April 6 New Hampshire Craft Beer Week, an annual 10-day celebration of ...Read More
Performers hit the stage at the newly opened Nashua Center for the Arts After two years of building, 10 years ...Read More
NH Antique Co-op welcomes spring with “In Full Bloom” art exhibition By Mya Blanchard [email protected]
The sun is out, the ...Read More
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities • A journey in photographs: The photography exhibit “Crying in the ...Read More
Get your hunt on at one of the many egg hunts and Easter events Kids can get ready to meet ...Read More
Family fun for the weekend Spring has sprung • Join the Manchester City Library (405 Pine St.) for a spring ...Read More
Take a look around without flowers distracting you Early spring is a good time to look at the trees and ...Read More
Dear Donna, While clearing my parents’ home, we found several packs like these feathers. Is there any market for them? ...Read More
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News from the local food scene • Easter sweets: Join Assumption Greek Orthodox Church (111 Island Pond Road, Manchester) for ...Read More
Fresh pies and good times at South Manchester pizzeria A South Manchester pizzeria is proving that good vibes don’t have ...Read More
New ownership but familiar dishes at Campo Enoteca Three months after Campo Enoteca founders Edward Aloise and Claudia Rippee announced ...Read More
Kevin Anctil of Litchfield is the owner and pitmaster of Smokin’ Spank’s Barbecue (smokinspanks.com, and on Facebook and Instagram @smokinspank), ...Read More
Since this recipe starts with figs, I know some people may look away. However, I am hoping the phrase “smothered ...Read More
Poh Hock, Gallimaufry (self-released) According to Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary, the definition for the word “gallimaufry” is “a confused jumble or ...Read More
The Half Known Life, by Pico Iyer (Riverhead, 225 pages) Pico Iyer is primarily known as a travel writer, but ...Read More
Chris Evans and Michelle Rodriguez make a good questing-buddies pair in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. And I should ...Read More
Local music news & events • Early coverage: Perhaps more than any other classic rockers, Led Zeppelin has left it ...Read More
Snarky Puppy arrives at Capitol Center Jazz fusion collective Snarky Puppy is hot on the heels of winning its fifth ...Read More
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