Came across this 3” x 2½” trinket. Looks like it could have been used for a clock. There are no company names on it so it’s hard to tell. Any thoughts?
You are right! It was a clock case at one time. Now, with Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/01/05”
Family fun for the weekend
“Find Your Hero” is the theme of this weekend’s Disney On Ice show at the SNHU Arena (555 Elm St. in Manchester; snhuarena.com, 644-500). Princesses, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Olaf the snowman and other Disney characters will take to the ice on Thursday, Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 23/01/05”
Whatever happens, keep planting and learning
At the end of the year I always like to take a little time to reflect on what worked well in the garden — and what didn’t. This year I also called some gardening friends — some experienced, some less so — to ask Continue reading “The year’s lessons from the garden”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• New exhibit at Art 3: “Multi-Mediums,” an exhibit featuring works on canvas and panel, wall reliefs in ceramic and metal and sculptures in stone and wood, is open now at the Art 3 Gallery (44 W. Brook St. in Manchester; Continue reading “The Art Roundup 23/01/05”
A choir made up of refugee girls from across the world will sing at the Mariposa Museum
By Katelyn Sahagian
A girls’ choir from Maine will be giving a free performance at the Mariposa Museum, but what makes this choir special isn’t the music they perform. It’s the girls Continue reading “More than music”
Races and running groups to get you moving
Looking to get out (or maybe get back out) and go for a run? We talked to running aficionados who are part of running groups and race series that will help you lace up and head out, even during these colder months. Continue reading “Start the year with a run”
Big Events January 5, 2022 and beyond
Friday, Jan. 6
Recycled Percussion wraps up a holiday week run of shows today (at 7 p.m.) and tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 7 (at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.), at the Palace Theatre (80 Hanover St. in Manchester; palacetheatre.org, 668-5588). Tickets start Continue reading “This Week 23/01/05”
Be a champ
Pro Football Hall of Famer Peyton Manning is teaming up with the American Red Cross during January, National Blood Donor Month, in a call for blood and platelet donations to prevent a seasonal blood shortage. According to a press release from the Concord-based Northern New England Region Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/01/05”
Our 15th annual predictions for the year ahead.
January: A day after their disappointing season ends, Patriot Nation files a restraining order to prevent Matt Patricia from being within 200 yards of the Patriots offense or Mac Jones in 2023. Coach B hears the begging from all corners of New Continue reading “What’s in store for 2023”
Marek Bennett continues Freeman Colby’s story
Henniker comic artist and educator Marek Bennett discussed the third volume of his historical graphic novel series, The Civil War Diary of Freeman Colby, due out on Jan. 25. The book is available to preorder now at marekbennett.com.
How did you start this Continue reading “Graphic history”