Levi Maxwell is a violin seller and owner of Levi Maxwell Violins (400-7149, facebook.com/levimaxwellsviolins), based in Mason.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I buy new violins at a discount by buying them in bulk. I put the strings and bridges on and tune them up. I Continue reading “On The Job – Levi Maxwell”
Put a few here and there, or make a big splash of color
As a boy I was surrounded by hundreds of spring daffodils every year. We lived in rural Connecticut, and the people we bought our house from had planted daffodils by the hundreds in our woods. The woods Continue reading “Planting spring bulbs”
This treadmill was in my grandparents’ garage when I was a child, and since my grandparents have both passed it has been passed around to a few family members. I have had it for about eight years. I can find very little information about this company or this Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 22/10/27”
Family fun for the weekend
• Milford’s Trick or Treat on the Oval returns to the Oval gazebo area on Friday, Oct. 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Downtown businesses and nonprofits will hand out candy to trick-or-treaters as supplies last. Visit milfordrec.com for more information.
• The Bookery (844 Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 22/10/27”
Wine and Whiskers fundraiser to benefit dogs in need
By Mya Blanchard
As of 2010, an average of 2 million animals were euthanized in the United States every year. This number has gone down in recent years to 920,000 thanks to people like Stephanie Kehas of Manchester, who earlier Continue reading “Taking shelter”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Second weekend of Grease: The Palace Theatre’s (80 Hanover St. in Manchester; palacetheatre.org, 668-8855) production of the musical Grease, which will run through Saturday, Nov. 12, continues this weekend. Catch a show this weekend at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Continue reading “The Art Roundup 22/10/27”
NH coffee roasters discuss how they craft the perfect cup of joe
To understand and appreciate specialty coffee is to experience it. I didn’t know what a coffee cupping was prior to writing what you’re about to read, but when Kevin Clay of Mill City Roasting Co. invited me to Continue reading “The Local Roast”
Big Events October 27, 2022 and beyond
Thursday, Oct. 27
The Witch of Weston Tower will haunt McIntyre Ski Area (50 Chalet Ct., Manchester) today through Sunday, Oct. 30. Take a scenic chairlift ride to the summit of McIntyre Ski Area and travel the treacherous trail to the Witch of Continue reading “This Week 22/10/27”
Teacher of the year
Christian Cheetham, a teacher at Alvirne High School in Hudson, has been named New Hampshire’s 2023 Teacher of the Year. According to a press release from the New Hampshire Department of Education, Cheetham was presented with the award during a surprise celebration on Oct. 24. Selected Continue reading “Quality of Life 22/10/27”
With the Celtics starting out 3-0 local optimism continues to be very high. And while it’s just three games, I will say they have done the most important thing they needed to do to show they will be picking up where they were when last season ended: attacking the basket Continue reading “NBA now in season”