Go out and perform these 25 Acts of Kindness
Dec06

Go out and perform these 25 Acts of Kindness

‘Tis the season to be jolly. It’s not just the opening line of “Deck the Halls,” it’s an expression of what this time of year is all about. We don’t want to get too sappy on you, but you know what we’re getting at – whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Festivus, or all or none of the above, it’s the perfect time to show how you care. One person who knows a thing or two about this is Jessica Fogg Livingston. You may...

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Go Try It: We hit up Lithermans Limited for a flight
Dec06

Go Try It: We hit up Lithermans Limited for a flight

As you’ve probably figured out, we like beer. And over the last few months, we’ve been “working” hard to let you know about some of the tasty brews that have hit tap lines around Concord. We’re always in search of something new and different. But while Lithermans Limited is not necessarily new anymore (they’ve been open since April), the brews that Lithermans has been putting out are definitely one of a kind. You can find them on tap...

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There are two renditions of the Nutcracker this weekend
Dec06

There are two renditions of the Nutcracker this weekend

It just wouldn’t be the holiday season if you didn’t catch a performance of The Nutcracker, now would it? So you’re in luck. There just so happens to be four performances of the famed ballet, at two different Concord locations this weekend. The St. Paul’s School Ballet Company will present The Nutcracker: Act II, free of charge for anyone who would like to go – assuming there are seats available. This abridged version of the ballet,...

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Food Snob: Trying a beef kebab wrap from Aissa Sweets
Dec06

Food Snob: Trying a beef kebab wrap from Aissa Sweets

It can be a gamble when a company well-known for doing one thing very well tries to branch off into a different area. Some of these ideas inevitably tank – The Chevy Chase Show or the XFL, for instance – but some of the best can pull it off. Yamaha makes great keyboards, percussion instruments, sport motorcycles and speedboats, among a slew of other things. And then there’s Aissa Sweets. You might remember this place as a Middle...

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Catching up with the new Intown Concord duo
Dec06

Catching up with the new Intown Concord duo

If you’re not up to date with the happenings over at Intown Concord, there’s been a bit of a transition going on. Okay, well kind of a big transition. The two-person team of Liza Poinier and Susan Sokul decided to say their goodbyes, opening the way for Michelle Motuzas Johnson to take over as executive director and Kate Fleming to become the new events and outreach coordinator. Both began work in October and since they’ve had a...

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We took in some fun at Midnight Merriment
Dec06
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