Festival mixes music, yoga and art
An impromptu party a couple of summers ago is the impetus for a two-day event blending live music, movement, camping, inclusion and environmental responsibility. The Barefoot Music & Arts Festival happens at a yoga center in the woods of Hillsboro that’s popular for healing Continue reading “Natural good time”
Local music news & events
• Hip-hop hops: A Nashua microbrewery marks its collaboration with Fee the Evolutionist on a double IPA with a release party that includes a live performance by the rapper and Harry Bosch, conveniently happening on International Beer Day. Artwork on the new cans has a Continue reading “The Music Roundup 23/08/03”
LaKeith Stanfield, Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson and Tiffany Haddish all board Haunted Mansion, a particularly strong ride-to-movie translation.
This is basically the ride — all wacky paintings and expanding rooms and floating candelabras — with the story serving as the car on a track that takes us from the murderous Continue reading “Haunted Mansion (PG-13)”
The Heat Will Kill You First, by Jeff Goodell (Little, Brown and Co., 385 pages )
The effects of a warming planet seem less obvious in New England than in, say, Phoenix, Arizona, where it is 115 degrees Fahrenheit as I write. Except, of course, for the recently flooded Continue reading “The Heat Will Kill You First, by Jeff Goodell”
Babychaos, “Guilty Hands (I Bleed)” (self-released)
Initial single heralding a fast-forthcoming EP from this eye-rollingly edgy goth chick, who, like Poppy (and you’ve already forgotten how awesome Poppy is, or at least was, I’ll bet), is Boston-based (this girl won the Metal Artist of the Year award at the Continue reading “Album Reviews 23/08/03”
Days like this call for something cold, boozy and tropical, something with a lot of crushed ice.
- Unsweetened dry mango
- White or silver rum
With a heavy knife, chop the dried mango into a small dice — very small pieces. Add the chopped mango to a large, wide-mouthed Continue reading “Mango daiquiri”
Lindsey Bangs has always had a passion for baking. Her mom taught her how to bake, buying her her first cookbook when she was just 2 or 3 years oldA few months ago, she decided to step away from her job as a medical receptionist to focus on I Whisked Continue reading “In the kitchen with Lindsey Bangs”
Vernon Family Farm hosts agritourism events
For the past nine years, Vernon Family Farm, a livestock farm in Newfields, has been supplying the community with fresh meat, farm-to-table meals and agritourism events like live music and outdoor classes hosted by other organizations. Their next event will be on Friday, Aug. Continue reading “Friends and family on the farm”
News from the local food scene
• Sample wine and bourbon and golf: Don’t miss Bourbon, Wine & Nine at Stonebridge Country Club (161 Gorham Pond Road, Goffstown) on Friday, Aug. 4. Sample wines, bourbons and food from Drumlins Restaurant. Live music will also be featured, as well as a Continue reading “The Weekly Dish 23/08/03”
Maggie Verrette owns her own indoor cycling business called VibeCo Cycle (458-7652 email@example.com, vibecocycle.com) in Salem where she also works as a spin instructor.
Explain your job and what it entails.
I am the owner of VibeCo. I am also an instructor there, and I manage the entire Continue reading “On The Job – Maggie Verrette”