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Still Lots of Treats

Still lots of treats You may think that 2020 has been scary enough, but Halloween is still happening this year, […]

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18 Fish (and chips) Story

Battered and fried fish, served with french fries and often coleslaw and tartar sauce, is a classic comfort dish. Find […]

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What’s next for live music

What’s next for live music Performance venues try to plan for the coming months as colder weather starts to prohibit […]

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Voting

Voting With less than five weeks until the election, we answer some of the questions you may have about voting […]

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Crushing It!

It’s the first weekend of fall, and there’s all kinds of fun to be had, from a grape harvest and […]

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Ready to pick

Ready to pick The apple- and pumpkin-picking season is well underway, and despite this year’s inherent challenges, local farms are […]

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Fall Guide

Fall events are happening.Though this year’s guide to arts and entertainment is smaller, theaters are presenting shows, galleries have exhibits, […]

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Mule Season

As summer winds down, the Moscow mule — and its many variations — is the perfect drink heading into fall. […]

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Back to school?

Returning to school will look a lot different this year for everyone, but exactly what it will look like will […]

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Art in the open

Watch sculptors at work at Nashua’s annual symposium, hunt for clay monsters in Manchester and spend an evening at an […]

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