News from the local food scene
• Liquid gold: It’s New Hampshire Maple Month, and several farms and sugarhouses across the Granite State will once again be welcoming visitors for multiple weekends of tours, demonstrations, tastings and family activities, all revolving around local maple syrup production. A full list Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 23/03/02”
Mollie Skuse is the owner of Chasing Dreams Ranch in Hollis.
Explain your job and what it entails.
As of right now, I have no employees, so I’m the jack of all trades throughout the day. When I arrive at the ranch, everyone is hungry and happy to Continue reading “On The Job – Mollie Skuse”
Family fun for the weekend
• The Nashua River Watershed Association will be leading a hands-on Nashua River junior scientist program on Thursday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Nashua Public Library (2 Court St.). Kids will use the Nashua River as their “outdoor Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 23/03/02”
I hope you can help me identify my antique oak chair. I would like to know the era and artist. Any information will be helpful. Thank you.
It’s tough to find a single maker of some Victorian era chairs. The style of yours was Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/03/02”
Bring the colors of summer inside
Winter drags on, even though the days are getting longer. The sun is often lurking behind gray clouds, and on a good day we only get about nine hours of light. I do miss the colors of summer, so I keep fresh cut flowers Continue reading “Tips for buying and enjoying cut flowers”
Bedford Off Broadway presents Jon Lonoff’s Skin Deep
By Mya Blanchard
Almost everyone has faced insecurity or felt down on their luck while those around them seemed to have it all. This is the case for Maureen Mulligan, the protagonist in Jon Lonoff’s show Skin Deep. Bedford Off Continue reading “Breaking free from insecurity”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Update: The Manchester Community Music School’s faculty performance of “Chanson d’Amour” featuring Harel Gietheim on cello and Piper Runnion on harp has been rescheduled for Friday, March 24, at 7 p.m. at the school, 2291 Elm St. in Manchester. Admission Continue reading “The Art Roundup 23/03/02”
Classical groups join to present Requiem
With the 100th anniversary of Symphony NH happening in April, the organization wanted to do something to celebrate its longstanding relationship with another classical music pillar of southern New Hampshire, the Nashua Choral Society.
“Thinking back to 2019, with everything that’s happened since then, Continue reading “Mozart Sunday”
On the streets of Jalisco, Mexico, in the small town of Degollado, three generations of family members prepare large simmering pots of juicy, tender slow-stewed meat known as birria. The dish is cooked for several hours before generous heaping ladlefuls are served on plates to patrons, featuring a homemade mole Continue reading “Birria Tacos”
Big Events March 2, 2023 and beyond
Wednesday, March 8
The high-energy a cappella group Ball in the House is performing tonight at the Concord City Auditorium (2 Prince St.) at 7:30 p.m. The Boston-based group has won several championships, including Boston Harmony Sweepstakes, and headlined the 2018 and 2016 Continue reading “This Week 23/03/02”