There’s plenty of stuff to know about Hooksett
Apr25

There’s plenty of stuff to know about Hooksett

As you have clearly seen thus far, we used part of last week to explore as much of Hooksett as we could. Since this was a day trip, there was only so many hours in the day to enjoy the sights and sounds of Concord’s (and Bow’s) neighbor to the south. We tried to do a comprehensive look at what a typical day tripper would expect to do when spending the day in a new place. So we covered the food (and beer), we had loads of fun and we...

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The League’s craftsmen are pushing the limits
Apr25

The League’s craftsmen are pushing the limits

The League of N.H. Craftsmen recently opened Pushing the Limits, a new exhibit in its 49 S. Main St. gallery. Like most of the League’s shows, it’s a multi-media exhibit that features creations of juried craftsmen, who just so happen to be showcasing work that forced them to go outside their comfort zone. The show is on display through June 23, and there’s lots to see.

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Discover WILD N.H. Day should be a wild time
Apr25

Discover WILD N.H. Day should be a wild time

Do you have the urge to really let out your wild side? If so, don’t go swinging from tree branches or trying to fly off a high perch – just check out Discover WILD New Hampshire Day at Fish and Game headquarters on Hazen Drive this Saturday. This is the department’s biggest community event of the year, and we do mean big – last year saw more than 10,000 people turn out, said advertising and promotions coordinator Mark Beauchesne. It’s...

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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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Red River to show film about  primary, media
Apr25

Red River to show film about primary, media

After what felt like the longest presidential campaign season in the history of the world – and the ensuing hyper-political atmosphere that has taken over the whole country since – it’s a good time for a break from all of that, right? Not quite. After all, this is the Live Free or Die, first-in-the-nation primary state (and we’re in the capital) – it’s always time for politics. That’s why you should get fired up to see a new...

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