Live Summer Music

The Tupelo Drive-In Experience got the live outdoor music party started, and local restaurants are joining in on a smaller scale as they start offering shows alongside outdoor dining — so while most big tours and concert series have been canceled or postponed, you can still get your live music fix this summer.

Also on the cover, Manchester native Tyler Spindel has a new hit on Netflix, p. 6. Get your next dessert from a food truck in Nashua or your next bottle of wine from a new shop on Main Street in Concord, p. 14. And get your puzzle on with all kinds of options, starting on p. 27 in the nite section.

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Director Tyler Spindel talks new film, The Wrong Missy Manchester native Tyler Spindel made his Netflix directorial debut in 2018 ...

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Some of the state’s restaurants are reopening for limited outdoor dining, with strict safety precautions in place. Find out how eateries are adjusting to the changes, why some are staying closed, and what dining will look like for customers for the near future.

Also on the cover, sometimes the only way to start your day right is with dessert, p. 20. Sometimes you need to get adventurous with your beer, p. 21. And sometimes you need to mix things up with new puzzles, p. 27 & 29 (let us know what you think about the new additions at!).

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Grow some happiness!

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There may be no better time to beautify your home than right now, and no better way to do it than by adding splashes of color to your landscape (p. 12). And flowers aren’t the only thing that can add some green-thumb happiness to your life – try growing herbs, greens and other easy produce inside or out (p. 16), and plant early edibles now so you have something to look forward to next year (p. 13).

Also on the cover, the beer industry is staying in the game, p. 20. A local musician mixes heavy metal and pilates, p. 26. And once again, to keep you busy, we have plenty of crossword puzzles and sudokus, p. 27-30.

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