Demetri Martin and his multimedia comedy show
Blending music and drawings with his signature one-liners and deadpan delivery, Demetri Martin takes the stage at the Capitol Center for the Arts (44 S. Main St., Concord, 225-1111, ccanh.com) on Saturday, Sept. 16. The comedian called in to talk about his current Continue reading “Between the lines”
Concord grower discusses this year’s harvest
Diane Souther of Apple Hill Farm in Concord provides insight into a frost’s devastating impact on their apple harvest this year.
Can you describe what exactly happened this year with the harvest and how that affected you?
On the night of May 19, we Continue reading “Tough apple year”
Telemonitoring patients at home
Granite VNA, New Hampshire’s leading home health care provider, has launched a telemonitoring program for patients with chronic illnesses. Leveraging advanced tech tools, the program aims to empower patients to proactively monitor their vital signs. Suzanne Olszak, RN, who has more than 30 years of experience Continue reading “Remote care”
University libraries lend to all state residents
University libraries have traditionally been reserved for students and faculty. However, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) has expanded access to its resources, now allowing the broader community to utilize its collections. We spoke with Tara Lynn Fulton, Dean of the UNH Library, Continue reading “Welcome to the libraries”
Wildflower Festival celebrates pollinators
The inaugural Wildflower Festival, set for Saturday, Aug. 19, at Keyes Field on Elm Street, Milford, aims to bring together art, music and nature while highlighting the importance of pollinators and urban green spaces. Event organizer Griff Comtois discussed the festival’s origins, mission and planned activities. Continue reading “Art, music, bees”
Nathan Graziano talks about his latest project
Manchester author Nathan Graziano discusses his new collection of poetry, Born on Good Friday.
Tell us about Born on Good Friday.
I was actually born at exactly three o’clock on Good Friday in 1975, and in the Bible three o’clock was Continue reading “Plain-spoken poems”
New tech at Manchester Community College
Peter La Monica, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Computer Science at Manchester Community College, discussed some of the innovative new programs and courses being offered at the college, as well as the cutting-edge technology shaping the future of education.
Tell us about the Continue reading “Ed with AI & VR”
Local author talks about big flavors in small spaces
Delve into the world of practical cooking with M. Allyson Szabo, New Hampshire author of Cook Small, Live Large!. Szabo talked about how she crafted unique recipes catered to those embracing van life and small living spaces, and how her Continue reading “Van chef”
Concord-based doctor discusses her center’s focus
Dr. Cindi Croft is set to open New Dimensions Wellness Center in Concord in early August. She describes the center as emphasizing a comprehensive and transformative approach to wellness. See drcindicroft.com or find the center on Facebook.
What’s your background in and approach to Continue reading “The wellness model”
Renee King, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, of Merrimack is a CPR instructor and runs her own business, JandRteachCPR, with help from her 8-year-old daughter, Jamie.
What led you to this career field and your current job?
I’ve always wanted to be a nurse. I absolutely love my Continue reading “On The Job – Renee and Jamie King”