The Borders of Concord Issue

Aug 12, 2014
12:29 PM
Turns out it’s not too scary out there

We officially stepped outside of Concord, but not without parameters

Our love affair with Concord is no secret. If it were, though, it would be our second favorite secret, right between pop and victoria. Anyway, we have and will always work to find the funkiest and funnest stuff Concord has to offer, even if funnest is the kind of (non) word that will incite the Grammarnator. But there’s some pretty dope stuff going on just outside of Concord’s borders,…

Aug 12, 2014
11:21 AM

Want fun? You’re in luckster at Chuckster’s

We thoroughly enjoy being the best Concord Insider in the entire world. There’s just something about that kind of prestigious title that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And when it comes to New Hampshire, the Granite State is full of the world’s best. The city of Keene owns the record for most lit jack-o’-lanterns and Chutters in Littleton is home to the…

Aug 12, 2014
11:42 AM

Disc golf is a good walk through the woods that is anything but spoiled

So I’m standing in the middle of the woods, unsure of what to do next. No, I’m not lost, thankfully, or being followed by a bear cub who thinks of me either as a father figure or a tasty snack, but rather faced with a difficult shot on the second hole at Top O’ the Hill Disc Golf in Canterbury. There are two trees in front of me, with just a little window to send the small disc…

Aug 12, 2014
11:29 AM
Cut that meat

Time to fire up the grill after a trip to the Wine’ing Butcher

The glass display case is what we would consider a meat lover’s paradise. We’re talking nine flavors of steak tips (the steakhouse marinade is the best seller), filet mignons and N.Y. strips. Add in the cowboy cut (bone-in ribeye), the delmonico (boneless ribeye) and the T-Bone, and the Wine’ing Butcher in Pembroke has got your steak desires covered. It’s also cut fresh every…

Aug 12, 2014
11:33 AM
The Food Snob

Our trip to Hopkinton’s Beech Hill Farm led to a shocking revelation

When the Food Snob heard we were doing a borders of Concord issue, he unplugged the Snobmobile (electric cars and green commuting is where it’s at, people) and raced to Insider headquarters with a list of all the food establishments he intended to visit in the next 24 hours. Once his physician got involved with all his blah blah blood pressure and blah blah no-human-can-eat-that-much-in-a-day…

Aug 12, 2014
3:13 PM
All in a day's work

Celebrate construction by stopping in at McGowan Fine Art

Be Prepared To Stop: A Celebration of Construction with artists Melissa Anne Miller, Barbara Carr, Thomas Glover and John Bonner is currently on display at McGowan Fine Art through August.


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