Licensed independent clinical social worker
Lynne Duval is a licensed independent clinical social worker who provides psychotherapy services through her private practice, Granite State Child & Family Counseling in Milford.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I am a psychotherapist providing mental health therapy services via telehealth to people Continue reading “On The Job – Lynne Duval”
Family fun for the weekend
• Join the Beaver Brook Association at Maple Hill Farm (117 Ridge Road, Hollis) for Homesteading with Rivka on Thursday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m. This class is geared toward teens ages 14 and older and will teach how to make healthy snacks Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 23/05/11”
Our daughter got these two pieces about 20 years ago in Somerville, Mass. and was told they were antiques. We can’t find any markings. The bureau hardware is not original to the bureau.
She has moved to the West Coast and asked us to sell these pieces. We Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/05/11”
Dig some holes, see what you’ve got
Most gardeners know that success in the garden depends on many factors: You can’t grow a sun-loving plant in a shady area, for example. And a shrub that loves wet places won’t do well in dry soil. But the key to success is Continue reading “How is your soil and how can you improve it?”
New Hampshire Renaissance Faire is back for 19th year of medieval fun
Take a few hours to step back into the 1500s, or into a fantasy novel. From jousting knights to traditional Celtic music, the New Hampshire Renaissance Faire will have it all.
The Faire is back, for two weekends Continue reading “A fair time for the Faire”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Hollywood in Africa: The New Hampshire Philharmonic will present its spring pops concert, “Hollywood in Africa,” on Saturday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 21, at 2 p.m. featuring Mamadou Diabate, a Grammy-nominated musician who will play the Continue reading “The Art Roundup 23/05/11”
Currier hosts first U.S. exhibit for Brazilian artist
The Currier Museum is hosting the first United States exhibit for internationally renowned artist Uýra. The exhibit, “The Living Forest: UÝRA (A Floresta Viva: UÝRA),” is a celebration of the artist’s indigenous identity, the nature of Brazil, and the complexities of gender Continue reading “From Brazil to Manchester”
A look at the salty and sweet comfort dish
Nothing says Sunday brunch quite like a warm, fluffy fresh-baked waffle, topped with a generous drizzle of sweet maple syrup, maybe some butter, and paired with — fried chicken? While it may seem like a strange combination, chicken and waffles is Continue reading “Chicken & waffles”
Big Events May 11, 2023 and beyond
Friday, May 12
Winners of Rolling Stone’s readers poll for “Best New American Band” in 1987, the BoDeans are performing tonight at 8 p.m. at the Nashua Center for the Arts (201 Main St. in Nashua; nashuacenterforthearts.com). The band, which has had 10 Continue reading “This Week 23/05/11”
Four of the five eggs laid by the peregrine falcon pair that resides in the New Hampshire Audubon’s peregrine nest box atop the Brady Sullivan Tower in Manchester have hatched as of the morning of Tuesday, May 9. According to the Audubon’s daily peregrine falcons log, the eggs Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/05/11”