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Shelling out some advice

Dos Amigos isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel – just the taco

Dos Amigos changed the taco game forever when it introduced $2 Taco Tuesday, perhaps the singles greatest advancement in human face-stuffing during the current century. And guess what? Those mad Dos scientists are at it again (Does that mean there are only two scientists? Now we’ve gone and confused ourselves.) Dos… 0

February 18, 2014
Peanut butter and Tuna by the cases

Capital Region Food Program enters fourth decade of fighting hunger

It’s been 40 years since Maria Manus Painchaud’s father started the Holiday Food Basket Program. Mark Manus saw a need to help the capital region’s hungry, so he began collecting food donations to hand out around the holidays. Since that first year in 1974, the holiday program has grown by leaps and bounds, shelling… 0

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Just one of the dozens of pallets of food handed out. 0

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Jeff Brennan helps get one of the agencies all loaded up. 0

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Ethan Thiem loads up the bed of a pickup truck with boxes of food. 0

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Jacob Littlefield and his mom, Sarah Littlefield, hand out some of the food Jacob collected at his birthday party. 0

February 18, 2014
Missed Connections

Neck tats, dork glasses and stylist chatter

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This week in Concord History

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City briefly

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Smile building historical gallery is a (South) Main attraction

We checked out the sweet historical photo gallery, South Main Below the Crook, in the Smile Building lobby (the crook refers to the bend at Fayette Street), featuring photos chronicling the road’s evolving appearance. 0

February 18, 2014