The Cat Show Issue

Feb 25, 2014
3:12 PM

Meow that’s what we’re talking about

The 7th annual Himalayan Cat Fanciers’ All Breed Cat Show took over the Grappone Conference Center Feb. 15 and 16. It was a cat lovers’ paradise with close to 60 cats on display. From Maine Coons to Scottish Folds, and Persians to Ragdolls, it was hard to pick a favorite. There was even a Norwegian Forest Cat, and of course, Himalayans. Kittens even had their own division.

Feb 25, 2014
3:52 PM
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 on March 6 with an opening night reception from 5:30 to 7, and…

Feb 25, 2014
2:56 PM
Birds and baked goods

This 100th birthday celebration at the Audubon really takes the cake

The N.H. Audubon celebrated its 100th birthday on Feb. 15, marking the occasion with a bash at the McLane Center. There was a sing-a-long, live bird presentations, arts and crafts and a cake decorating contest.

Feb 25, 2014
3:22 PM
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 crowded the Grappone Ford lobby in hopes of hearing their name called…

Feb 25, 2014
3:30 PM
The Instigator

Do the neighborly thing and shovel a small path through the snow

Concord has created a monster. Not the mallet-wielding hulk we recommended to create more parking spaces downtown (meter expired? Sorry, Parking Man must smash and consume your vehicle), but an equally-vexing creature. And one that does its damage in a particularly striking way. By doing absolutely nothing. The city is generous enough to plow its sidewalks following snowstorms, using funky-looking snowblower/tractor…

Feb 25, 2014
3:19 PM
Where the Insider goes

While the staff slaved away back home, the ‘Insider’ went to Disney

With more snow in the forecast last week, the ‘Insider’ hopped a plane for Disney with plans to leave Keith and Tim behind, until Tim was ultimately taken along as a chauffeur.


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