Robert Dubac tries to make sense in Book of Moron
The idea of aliens landing and attempting to understand human nature has been around a while. In his one-man show The Book of Moron, Robert Dubac gets more down to earth, playing an amnesiac desperately in need of people Continue reading “Clean slate”
Local music news & events
• Hanging out: Closing out a two-month residency in downtown Nashua, The Humans Being bring a jammy sound that’s elevated, energetic and disciplined, spreading a sunny message of planetary unity. They’re joined by the equally inventive Fiesta Melon. The venue is a music-friendly beer bar Continue reading “The Music Roundup 22/10/27”
Black Adam (PG-13)
Dwayne Johnson is the magnetic core of the “too many items on the menu” comic book adaptation Black Adam, an entry in DC’s Extended Universe.
We meet Black Adam (Johnson) — who is, to oversimplify, a “Shazam”-type — as well as the Justice Society, presented as a Continue reading “Black Adam (PG-13)”
Leech, by Hiron Ennes (Tordotcom, 336 pages)
If you’re looking for gothic fiction, horror spiced up with adventure, LGBT representation or just plain good writing, check out Hiron Ennes’s debut novel, Leech. Fair warning: This novel is packed with spookiness, body horror and psychological dread. Upsetting things that Continue reading “Leech, by Hiron Ennes”
Nelson, A Nelson Family Christmas (UME Records)
So glad to get the first holiday record of the season into the books, and this one is actually nice, if you like being in a good mood in front of a crackling fire, or eating Hobo Beans out of a can under Continue reading “Album Reviews 22/10/27”
OK, this one is going to be fun.
First, you’re going to need about a pound and a half of bee pollen — the Italian stuff, if you can get it, otherwise whatever you can get your hands on. After that, you’re going to need some small-batch bourbon. This particular Continue reading “In a dark and stormy mood”
With frost warnings in our forecasts, it is the time of year for slow-cooked meals. Simmering on the stove or in a slow cooker or instant pot, this meal shows that comfort foods can be vegetarian.
This chili is 100 percent vegetarian, which is why I included butternut in the Continue reading “Butternut squash chili”
Ashley Tardugno of Derry is the owner of Whisk Chick (firstname.lastname@example.org, and on Facebook and Instagram @whiskchickbakes), specializing in charcuterie-style sweet boards and boxes consisting of freshly baked goods, chocolate-dipped items, candies, fresh flowers and seasonal fruits, as well as some pies and cream- or mousse-based cakes. A graduate of Continue reading “In the kitchen with Ashley Tardugno”
New Hampshire Distiller’s Week returns
By Katelyn Sahagian
New Hampshire in early November is the place to be for everyone who adores fine spirits like tequila, whiskey, gin and vodka. Celebrities of the industry come from across the country and the world to partake in the spirited celebration.
The Continue reading “Get in the spirit”
News from the local food scene
• Spooky servings: Still haven’t made your plans yet for Halloween? Several area bars, restaurants, breweries and other venues have you covered with costume contests, dance parties, comedy shows and other 21+ events. The Shaskeen Pub and Restaurant (909 Elm St., Manchester), for Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 22/10/20”