News from the local food scene
• Diner days: Gibson’s Bookstore (45 S. Main St., Concord) welcomes longtime New Hampshire radio personality and author Mike Morin on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 6:30 p.m to present his newest book, If These Walls Could Talk: Celebrating 100 Years of the Red Arrow, Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 23/02/16”
Memorial and gravesite caretakers
Jessicca Mahoney and Sonia Virgue are the co-owners of Stone Stylist (see “Stone Stylist” on Facebook, 781-692-5300, [email protected]), a Northwood-based business that provides memorial and gravesite cleaning, maintenance and decorating services throughout southern New Hampshire.
Explain your job and what it entails.
We provide care Continue reading “On The Job – Jessicca Mahoney and Sonia Virgue”
Can you help identify my glasses? They were at our table growing up. I now have inherited them. Any input helpful.
Your glasses are called Georgian glasses. I grew up with some similar but in amber. They were popular in the 1970s. A few different Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/02/16”
Family fun for the weekend
• Parents can get a night to themselves while kids enjoy activities like theater games, movie time and karaoke dance party at the Peacock Players (14 Court St. in Nashua; peacockplayers.org) on Friday, Feb. 17, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., according to the Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 23/02/16”
It starts with a trip to the lumber yard
As I write this, the wind chill factor is well below zero, and summer seems a lifetime away. But if you are thinking about starting seeds indoors this year, this would be a good time to build a simple wooden plant Continue reading “Building a simple plant stand”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Schedule change: The Community Players of Concord’s production of The 39 Steps originally slated to run at the Concord City Auditorium this weekend has been postponed to Friday, Feb. 24, through Sunday, Feb. 26, due to an illness within the Continue reading “The Art Roundup 23/02/16”
Nashua Community Arts receives another gift
With the smell of sawdust lingering in the air and the first layer of flooring and drywall up, the Nashua Center for the Arts is physically constructed.
While the project was in talks for the better part of a decade, and ground broke almost Continue reading “Even closer to opening night”
Local shelters talk about their dogs, cats and other pets looking for new homes
Matt Ingersoll, Mya Blanchard, Katelyn Sahagian and Angie Sykeny
Looking for a new animal companion? We spoke with local shelters and rescue leagues about the work that’s involved in bringing dogs, cats, rabbits Continue reading “Find your dog”
Big Events February 16, 2023 and beyond
Thursday, Feb. 16
Join the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire (27 Navigator Road in Londonderry; aviationmuseumofnh.org, 669-4820) for a program about the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II today at 7 p.m. Bob Sheppard will speak about his father, James Sheppard, an aviation Continue reading “This Week 23/02/16”
Test for lead
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Public Health Services has released some concerning data about the rates of testing lead levels in young children in the state. Its latest annual report, 2021 Lead Exposure in New Hampshire Data Brief, revealed that Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/02/16”