If you’re getting tired of the same go-to recipes, John Fladd shows you how to bring new flavors to your meal planning by checking out some of the area international food markets, where you can buy items such as ingredients for these vegetarian Crystal Summer Rolls (pictured above and on Continue reading “Foodie finds — 23/09/28”
If the cooler temperatures have you taking your exercise routine outside — or thinking about taking your exercise outside — check out this week’s guide to fall (and a few early winter) 5Ks and other road races. Experts give you the basics for getting on the road.
Also on the Continue reading “Find your fall 5K — 23/09/21”
Both baklava and spanakopita (the spinach and feta pie pictured here and on the cover) make excellent breakfast foods — OK, maybe that’s not one of our Glendi “facts” (it’s true, though). To celebrate this year’s 44th Glendi, we present 44 facts about this annual festival of Greek food and Continue reading “Glendi — 23/09/14”
It’s time to trade in the flip-flops of summer for fancier fall footwear, like maybe ruby slippers or shiny boots. Find those sparkly fashion statements at The Wizard of Oz, opening this weekend, and Kinky Boots in October — two theatrical productions you’ll find at the Palace Theatre in Manchester Continue reading “Fall Guide 2023 — 23/09/07”
We recognize that summer, in the calendar sense, might not be over but Labor Day does feel like the conclusion of the summer vibe. So in this week’s paper we look at a few of the events that made this mild, sometimes sunny, frequently rainy, summer unique. On the cover Continue reading “Summer scrapbook — 23/08/31”
It’s a lovely time of year for bird watching — particularly for watching raptors, such as owls, hawks and falcons. Mya Blanchard talks to local experts about some of the birds of prey you may spot and what they look like. Photo at right is of a Peregrine falcon, photo Continue reading “Meet our raptors — 23/08/24”
Back! To! School! While parents may be more excited about this season than their kids, kids likely will get excited about suiting up for ballet or soccer or karate. Or trying out art or climbing lessons. Or hanging with their buddies at an afterschool program. If you’re looking for a Continue reading “The after school issue — 23/08/17”
Did you hear the one about the comedy show on Hampton Beach? OK, there’s no punchline to that — just a whole lotta information about where to find big comedy shows, weekly comedy shows and a whole fall calendar full of comedy shows. Michael Witthaus catches up with comedians and Continue reading “Big Laughs — 23/08/10”
Mushrooms are having a moment — specifically foraging for fungi. With an expert. Who will keep you from picking the wrong (i.e. toxic, possibly fatally so) mushroom. Which is why we are NOT recommending you take this week’s issue into the woods to pick dinner. But we are offering this Continue reading “NH Mushrooms — 07/08/03”
In this week’s cover story, we check in with area farmers markets. In the greater Concord/Manchester/Nashua area, you can find a market most days of the week to get your fresh tomatoes or your tasty baked goods.
Also on the cover Speaking of tasty items at the farmers markets, Donut Continue reading “Shop Fresh — 07/27/23”