A southern day trip – Welcome to Hooksett
Apr25

A southern day trip – Welcome to Hooksett

When we first established roots in Bow, we kept hearing about this far away land known as Hooksett. Sure, it bordered Bow, which borders Concord, but going beyond those imaginary constraints had always been a bit of a no-no. Look how long it took us to make our way into Bow. But since we thought of this day trip issue series earlier this year – the first of which brought us to Henniker in February – we’ve had our eye on Hooksett. How...

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We found lots of food options in Hooksett
Apr25

We found lots of food options in Hooksett

One of our favorite parts about exploring a new place is the food. There’s just something about traveling around a town you’ve never visited in search of a great local spot to eat. And when in Hooksett, you’ll have no problem finding some great eateries – no matter what you’re in the mood for. There are plenty of chain restaurant options, and that’s never a bad thing, but on this adventure, we were in the mood for something new and...

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Womenade is hosting Couture for a Cause
Apr25

Womenade is hosting Couture for a Cause

Some of the latest trends in fashion will be on display at the Womenade of Concord’s fourth annual Couture for a Cause. Seven local stores using anywhere from three to six models each will showcase up to 40 outfits. “It’s just a variety of people in the community who support our organization,” said Womenade member Shannon Arndt. The runway session is the highlight of the evening that will be held at O Steaks and Seafood in May 4, but...

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Pedro Pimentel made his longest film yet
Apr25

Pedro Pimentel made his longest film yet

It’s been a little more than three years since we first introduced you to filmmaker Pedro Pimentel. Back then, he was a Concord High student creating movies with his friends. Now, Pimentel is a full-fledged director and his Manguetown Pictures is about to put out a flick that is a big jump for the young company. “I’m trying to push myself with larger projects,” Pimentel said. “And this is the biggest project I’ve done in every single...

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Help keep Concord beautiful on Earth Day
Apr18

Help keep Concord beautiful on Earth Day

Saturday is kind of an important day for Mother Nature. When you get around to looking at the ol’ calendar, you’ll see that Saturday is April 22 – otherwise known as Earth Day. If you didn’t know, the first Earth Day was organized in 1970, and in the 47 years that have passed, yearly events have been held to better the planet that we all share. While we believe that every day is an opportunity to better the environment and do our part...

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