Dancer, choreographer and dance instructor
Kristen Walden is a dancer, choreographer and dance instructor at Ankara Rose World Dance studio in Wilton.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I create dance opportunities for grown-ups and teens … in a very niche area: cultural and world dance forms such as Continue reading “On The Job – Kristen Walden”
Can you give me any information on the necklace/pin? It’s marked Jerusalem 900 on the back.
Your cross pendant brooch is called a Five Fold Cross. It was made in Jerusalem to represent five crosses, the main one in the center and one smaller Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 22/09/01”
Family fun for the weekend
• The final Movies in the Park from Merrimack’s Parks & Recreation takes place Saturday, Sept. 3, at dusk (about 7:30 p.m.) in Wasserman Park. The screening of Sing 2 (PG, 2021) is free for Merrimack residents and nonresidents, according to merrimackparksandrec.org.
Weekend Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 22/09/01”
Sensitive fern, interrupted fern, ostrich fern — take your pick
Many gardeners who focus on flowers and flowering shrubs are missing out on a beautiful and easy addition to their landscape: ferns. A few ferns are a bit aggressive and can elbow their way into flower beds uninvited, but most Continue reading “Is it time to include ferns in your garden?”
The Exeter UFO Festival is back to celebrate the 57th anniversary of the Exeter incident
By Katelyn Sahagian
Whether or not they are real, aliens will be the talk of the town in Exeter on Saturday, Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4, during the return of the annual UFO Continue reading “Exeter-terrestrial”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• New season of performances and speakers: The Walker Lecture Series, which presents free speakers and performances at the Concord City Auditorium (Prince Street in Concord) kicks off its 2022 fall season on Wednesday, Sept. 21, with a documentary about the Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/09/01”
Gee’s Bend exhibit brings visionary art
By Hannah Turtle
The newest exhibition on display at Manchester’s Currier Museum of Art is steeped in a rich history. “Gee’s Bend Quilts,” with five quilts on display,illuminates a distinctive style of art developed by Black women in Gee’s Bend, a small community Continue reading “Quilts with a story”
Where to get glazed, sugared and freshly made deliciousness
By Matt Ingersoll, Katelyn Sahagian and Hannah Turtle
From cider doughnuts at your local farm stand to those with unique toppings and fillings, we set out to find spots in southern New Hampshire where you can get them Continue reading “Doughnut Road Trip”
Big Events September 1, 2022 and beyond
Thursday, Sept. 1
Spend the holiday weekend cheering on the Fisher Cats at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium (1 Lane Drive in downtown Manchester; milb.com/new-hampshire), currently in a run of six games against the Portland Sea Dogs. Tonight’s game, which starts at 7:05 p.m. Continue reading “This Week 22/09/01”
“Not today, milfoil!”
Many of New Hampshire’s most popular lakes have been kept safe from invasive species this summer thanks to the efforts of NH LAKES, a statewide, publicly supported nonprofit dedicated to restoring and preserving the health of the state’s lakes. According to a press release, nearly 700 “Lake Continue reading “Quality of Life 22/09/01”