Content by author:

Insider Staff

RSS
YarboroughArt4-CI-052014

YarboroughArt4-CI-052014

Slip, acrylic and inks. 0

May 20, 2014
YarboroughArt3-CI-052014

YarboroughArt3-CI-052014

I’ve Got My Back, acrylic and inks. 0

May 20, 2014
YarboroughArt2-CI-052014

YarboroughArt2-CI-052014

Idol Worship, acrylic, enamels, oils and inks. 0

May 20, 2014
YarboroughArt1-CI-052014

YarboroughArt1-CI-052014

Untitled, watercolor monotype. 0

May 20, 2014
Filling your dance card

St. Paul’s offering ballet showcase for the tidy sum of zero dollars

If a ballet show takes place on the St. Paul’s School campus and there’s nobody there to see it, does it make a sound? Don’t worry, that’s not a real question. Thankfully it’s nothing we have to worry about (which is good because it doesn’t really make any sense), thanks to Jennifer Howard, director of… 0

May 20, 2014

Shave and a haircut and burgers for a good cause

Burgers and hot dogs are pretty high on the list of things we enjoy (moderation shmoderation). Even higher, though, are great causes like Best Buddies New Hampshire. So you can imagine our excitement when we found out we could experience both passions at the same time pretty soon. Lucky’s Barbershop is hosting a… 0

May 20, 2014
Pushing it to the limit

Finishing is the only option for Barbrie in Spartan Death Race

Adam Barbrie doesn’t really know what to expect when he arrives at the Spartan Death Race next month. That’s because the race’s organizers haven’t told any of the 300 competitors what they will be required to do during a weekend in the woods of the Green Mountains. What Barbrie, a 29-year-old computer network… 0

May 20, 2014
DeathRace2-CI-052014

DeathRace2-CI-052014

We always thought tire flipping was only part of the world’s strongest man competition. Turns out it happens right here in Concord, too. 0

May 20, 2014
DeathRace1-CI-052014

DeathRace1-CI-052014

Adam Barbrie picks things up and puts them down in preparation for next month’s Spartan Death Race in Vermont. And don’t worry, if Barbrie doesn’t finish, he’ll still come home alive. 0

May 20, 2014
Here’s looking at you

St. Paul’s graduate brings glaring display to Hargate Gallery

For years, visitors to St. Paul’s School have enjoyed Joseph Wheelwright’s Moonstone sculpture along the path near the Lower School Pond. Now they can enjoy many of his other pieces. The 1966 graduate is currently showing his stone, granite and wood sculptures in the school’s Hargate Gallery, an exhibit that… 0

May 13, 2014