Art & Theater

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Distanced discourse

Walker Lecture Series goes virtual After canceling its events in 2020, the Walker Lecture Series will return for its 124th […]

Art & Theater / Q&A

Pandemic puzzles

Mother and son create interactive kids book about Covid-19 Deer orienteer Stephen Stagg is on a new kind of hunt […]

Art & Theater / Q&A

The dream reimagined

Local musician creates new version of “America the Beautiful” What started as a song for a children’s choir to sing […]

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Art & Theater / Q&A

No quiet for the choir

Nashua Choral Society sings together from a distance The Nashua Choral Society is inviting new singers to join its 2021 […]

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The continuing adventures of NH’s comic creators

Artists and authors talk about their latest comic books and more New Hampshire comics creators have faced plenty of challenges […]

Art & Theater / Featured Content / Q&A

Two decades of arts and culture

A look back at what’s happened in art galleries, theaters and other cultural spots since the Hippo started A lot […]

Art & Theater / Featured Content

Meet the neighbors

NH comics artist tells the stories of migrant farmworkers Henniker comic artist Marek Bennett is one of 15 New England […]

Art & Theater / Featured Content

At the movies

How locally-owned movie theaters are weathering 2020 With Covid-related capacity restrictions and a scarcity of big new movie releases, movie […]

Art & Theater / Visual Arts

What’s going on(line)

ArtWalk and Writers’ Conference to be held virtually While many of the fall’s large annual arts events have been canceled, […]

Art & Theater / Visual Arts

A sense of belongings

Artists reflect on their possessions in new exhibit The newest exhibit at Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen, “Possessed,” explores just that: […]

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