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April 16, 1965: After a major organizing and fund-raising effort by, among others, Dudley Orr, Russell Martin, Malcolm McLane and figure-skating Police Chief Walter Carlson, construction begins on the ice hockey rink that will become the Everett Arena. 0

April 16, 2013
Who cares? They do!

Performers Who Care raise money for cancer patients in need

Meg Whittemore had built her own business and a comfortable life largely on the back of a strong independent spirit. So when she was struck with a diagnosis of breast cancer at age 61 in May of last year, she entered the fight with a familiar steely sense of determination. But then came the widespread side effects… 0

April 16, 2013
Actor of the week

Clancy McMahon stars in the NHTI production of ‘Rhinoceros’

Name: Clancy McMahonBerenger in NHTI’s production of Rhinoceros, a Eugene Ionesco play 0

April 16, 2013
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Wating for merlot? Clancy McMahon, as Berenger, ponders his tumbler – now that’s retro hipster cred! 0

April 16, 2013

City Briefly

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April 16, 2013

Overheard In Concord

 The latest installment of anonymous submissions to Overheard In Concord. Send yours to news@theconcordinsider.com. What? No way!Overheard at the liquor store: “There is a lot of liquor in here!” Ring my bellLeaving a store one Christmas season, there were two girls manning a Salvation Army bucket outside. As I approached them, I heard one say to the other… 0

April 9, 2013

Women artists and New Hampshire

This New Hampshire Historical Society exhibit showcases the state’s female painters throughout history. The New Hampshire Historical Society museum is located at 6 Eagle Square. Admission is $5.50 for adults, $4.50 for seniors and $3 for children. For more information, visit nhhistory.org or call 228-6688. 0

April 9, 2013
Women artists and New Hampshire

Women artists and New Hampshire

This New Hampshire Historical Society exhibit showcases the state’s female painters throughout history. The New Hampshire Historical Society museum is located at 6 Eagle Square. Admission is $5.50 for adults, $4.50 for seniors and $3 for children. For more information, visit nhhistory.org or call 228-6688. 0

April 9, 2013

City briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell puts on a wig and high heels and just starts painting landscapes. His work is featured for years in the Women Artists in New Hampshire exhibit before he finally comes clean. During his tearful, apologetic press conference, he reads what appears to be original poetry; upon analysis, the poems turn out to be the city memo. 0

April 9, 2013