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A bowlful of farm-fresh apples for a fall feast! 0

September 10, 2013

The most fantastic game snacks for your fall football feast

Panko jalapeno poppers 0

September 10, 2013
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Gronk-a-mole 0

September 10, 2013
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Panko jalapeno poppers 0

September 10, 2013
seeing-eye people

The rewards of living with a blind dog

There’s bubble wrap in just about every downstairs room at Karl and Terry Wiegelman’s house, but they aren’t moving. Or enthusiastic fans of loud noises. Instead it’s one of the precautions necessary in their current role as “seeing-eye people,” as Karl described it. A fly on… 0

September 10, 2013

This week in Concord history

Sept. 10, 1861: Fire destroys the railroad storage barns and many cars of the Concord and Northern railroads. Sept. 11, 1866: Kearsarge beats Portsmouth 32-19 in one of the first reported games of “base ball” in Concord. Judge Ira Eastman, however, remembers seeing the game (or its forerunner, rounders) played in the city 50 years before. Sept. 12, 1841: In… 0

September 10, 2013
But where did the lighter fluid come from?

Andrew Pinard is literally magic

If the most magical moment of your typical Wednesday evening is the instant you queue up the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reruns you have stashed on your DVR, it’s time for something different. And Andrew Pinard has plenty of tricks up his sleeve, in the most literal sense, to help you break that cycle. Pinard… 0

September 10, 2013
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Andrew Pinard runs through some sleight-of-hand magic at Red River Theatres in preparation for his upcoming series of shows, which run Sept. 11, Oct. 9, Nov. 13 and Dec. 11. 0

September 10, 2013