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“Meander,” Shiao-Ping Wang. 0

August 27, 2013
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Untitled,” Catherine Bartlett-Hirani. 0

August 27, 2013
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“Untitled – orange and silver, two pieces,” Steven Muller. 0

August 27, 2013
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“Monolith #2,” Pat Gerkin 0

August 27, 2013
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“Sushi X,” Amy Brnger. 0

August 27, 2013

City briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell shows up for classes at Dame School, only to realize that the building no longer houses a school. He sentences himself to detention and passes the time by writing the city memo on the chalkboard over and over again. Winner WinnerFinancial report dinner? The city of Concord was recently awarded a certificate of achievement for Excellence… 0

August 20, 2013

Come together and celebrate the Heights

It’s easy to think of the Heights as a place to find little more than fast food and slow traffic. And you certainly can find those things there. Loudon Road and its circus of commerce is the place to go if you need to turn an old car title into cash and purchase $1 hamburgers, some jewelry and a Slurpee, all… 0

August 20, 2013

This week in Concord history

Aug. 20, 1816: A wandering portrait painter named Samuel F.B. Morse writes to his parents that he has just been to a party in Concord and met a 17-year- old woman who is “very beautiful, amiable and of excellent disposition.” She is Lucretia Walker, a member of one of Concord’s most prominent families. Morse decides to stay in Concord for a while. Aug. 20,… 0

August 20, 2013