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Keith Testa

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Hanna at Simply BirkenstockHanna is a part-time employee at Simply Birkenstock, occasionally coming to work with Charlie Moulton, who babysits her for his best friend. She’s a 10-year-old yellow lab with the perfect demeanor for the store because she rarely changes her expression or pose from the one photographed… 0

March 4, 2014
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The three girls at Time 4 Change Maggie, Lucy and Lindsey are the welcoming committee at Time 4 Change Embroidery on Pleasant Street, and are perhaps the most famous business dogs of Concord thanks to the giant picture window they sleep in that faces the street. Lindsey (top right) is the elder statesman at 11,… 0

March 4, 2014
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20140304_dog1

The three girls at Time 4 Change Maggie, Lucy and Lindsey are the welcoming committee at Time 4 Change Embroidery on Pleasant Street, and are perhaps the most famous business dogs of Concord thanks to the giant picture window they sleep in that faces the street. Lindsey (top right) is the elder statesman at 11,… 0

March 4, 2014
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The Porky Pig in all it’s hammy, bacony, sausagy glory. 0

March 4, 2014
Youth Art Month

Check out more than 1,000 Concord student art projects in one place

You’d have a difficult time fitting a year’s worth of Concord school district art students into one store at the Steeplegate Mall – at least in a humane fashion. But you can fit a year’s worth of art projects in one. The 2013-14 Concord School District Art Show (as part of Youth Art Month) kicks off at Steeplegate… 0

February 25, 2014
Check out more than 1,000 Concord student art projects in one place

Check out more than 1,000 Concord student art projects in one place

Annual gallery opens March 6 at the mall 0

February 25, 2014
Giant score

A Bishop Brady alum won this red bow, and the car that comes with it

Bishop Brady High School and Grappone teamed up to give away a brand-new Ford Focus last Monday afternoon, the culmination of a raffle to aid the Brady tuition assistance fund. Tickets were just $10, which is less than the average price of a new car, according to Kelley Blue Book. Sadly, although dozens of hopefuls… 0

February 25, 2014
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Maureen Kimball of Bishop Brady makes sure all the entries are shuffled before independent and unbiased party Steve McManis draws the winning ticket. 0

February 25, 2014