Looking for your next great read? In this week’s cover story, Katelyn Sahagian and Matt Ingersoll talk with some New Hampshire-based science fiction, fantasy and horror authors about their most recent novels, novellas and short stories. Learn about their inspirations and writing styles, and find out where you can grab Continue reading “It came from New Hampshire — 01/26/23”
In this week’s cover story, we take a look at everything bagel-related (including the popular everything bagel). Learn about the different styles of bagels being made fresh at New Hampshire shops, and discover new spots offering fresh bagels every morning with some lox or a schmear.
Also on the cover Continue reading “Everything bagels — 01/19/23”
New hobbies Looking to try something new? We’ve got 39 ideas for ways to break out of your routine, from arts and crafts to outdoor activities and more.
Also on the cover Katelyn Sahagian catches up with Mosaic Art Collective about its ongoing January show, “Conversations of home and heART” Continue reading “39 ideas for fun new hobbies — 01/12/23”
Is starting (restarting?) the habit of going for a run part of your plan for the new year? We find race series and running groups to help you get motivated to hit the streets. Like a little competition? We also round up some upcoming races. And, for those who just Continue reading “Start the year with a run — 01/05/23”
As 2022 comes to an end, we look back on the year and consider what’s to come in 2023. Katelyn Sahagian talks to people in the worlds of art, theater and classical music (page 12). Matt Ingersoll looks back at the year in food (page 24). Amy Diaz considers the Continue reading “2022 Year in review — 12/29/22”
With Christmas just days away, food writer Matt Ingersoll takes a deep dive into one of the holiday’s most iconic sweet treats: the candy cane. Find out what goes into making candy canes by hand and where you can get them locally, from traditional red and white peppermint canes to Continue reading “Sugar & Stripes — 12/22/22”
With heat and electric bills taking a bigger bite out of household budgets, we talk to local energy professionals about why and what to expect this winter. They also discuss how you can pay less now and in the long run, and detail steps you can take to seek out Continue reading “Power to the People — 12/15/22”
It’s a season of gifts and giving. Looking for gift ideas? Find suggestions for theater and concert goers (page 12), kids (page 16), gardeners (page 18), foodies (page 22), wine-lovers (page 30) and music fans (page 36). And we get some advice from a United Way of Greater Nashua official Continue reading “Gift Guide — 12/08/22”
From upcycling discarded materials to shopping secondhand stores for vintage or high-end finds, learn about how local businesses are giving clothing and jewelry a second fashion moment.
Also on the cover Find out where kids can visit with Santa Claus this weekend and other holiday fun in this week’s Kiddie Continue reading “Old Threads, New Looks — 12/01/22”
From town parades and tree lightings to Nutcracker and Christmas Carol productions, arts markets, comedy events and more, find holiday events to pack your seaonal calendar.
Also on the cover Katelyn Sahagian talks to three members of the same Nashua area family who currently have their art on display as Continue reading “Bringing the Holiday Fun — 11/24/22”