Poetry Society celebrates National Poetry Month
While the nation celebrates National Poetry Month in April, the Poetry Society of New Hampshire will take a more personal tone with some of its events.
The Society plans to honor Charles Simic, a former United States Poet Laureate, who died in January at Continue reading “A month in verse”
Double Midnight Comics settling in at new spot
After 20 years in their old space, brothers and co-owners Chris and Scott Proulx and their business partner Brett Parker decided to move their Manchester comic book shop Double Midnight Comics to The Factory on Willow.
“It’s a community that we have, Continue reading “More space for more comics”
The Great Northeast Boat Show is back for the 13th year
Granite State boaters are being summoned to the Great Northeast Boat Show to update their rigs before boating season starts up.
The show, in its 13th year, will have 15 vendors from New Hampshire, between 175 and 200 booths Continue reading “Getting the ship in shape”
The New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival begins March 16
Eleven feature films, a five-film shorts package and a kids’ event make up the slate of screenings for this year’s New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival, which starts Thursday, March 16.
Screenings at locations across the state take place through Sunday, March Continue reading “A month of films”
Classical groups join to present Requiem
With the 100th anniversary of Symphony NH happening in April, the organization wanted to do something to celebrate its longstanding relationship with another classical music pillar of southern New Hampshire, the Nashua Choral Society.
“Thinking back to 2019, with everything that’s happened since then, Continue reading “Mozart Sunday”
Poetry Society hosts virtual session with displaced Ukrainian poets
As the first anniversary of the start of the war in Ukraine looms, the New Hampshire Poetry Society is showing its support for Ukrainian poets.
Through a virtual event, the New Hampshire Poetry Society will have poets who are currently or Continue reading “Inspiring voices”
Nashua Community Arts receives another gift
With the smell of sawdust lingering in the air and the first layer of flooring and drywall up, the Nashua Center for the Arts is physically constructed.
While the project was in talks for the better part of a decade, and ground broke almost Continue reading “Even closer to opening night”
Camps for the February vacation week
Winter break (Feb. 27 through March 3 for many area schools) is coming on fast. Here are some of the camps planned to keep kids busy. Know of any vacation camps for February or April not mentioned here? Let us know at [email protected]
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Nashua playwright’s production comes to the Concord stage
At the Hatbox in Concord, the community theater troupe Lend Me a Theatre is preparing the first production of The World Was Yours, by Nashua playwright William Ivers. Matthew Parent, director of The World Was Yours, said he was extremely Continue reading “Opening day for new show”
The annual Winter Festival in Concord is back
Intown Concord is bringing some post-holiday fun to the city with the annual Winter Festival, with ice sculpting competitions, unique food options and more starting on Friday, Jan. 27, at 3 p.m.
Haylie Stoddard, a representative from Intown Concord, one of the Continue reading “Frozen fun”