The comic book issue

May 07, 2013
11:56 AM

Comics in Concord

We checked out Free Comic Book Day at Collectibles Unlimited. Look at all the comic-loving folks we met!

May 07, 2013
12:17 PM
give me liberty or give me the walking dead!

Local bookstore offers comics with a side of political discussion

   Leaning gently against a handmade blue shelf a few feet inside the door of Liberty Books & Comics stand two spiraling stacks of hardcovers. Atop the first, a copy of McGraw of the Giants, a biography of Hall of Fame baseball manager John McGraw; atop the other, The Terror Conspiracy by Jim Marrs, a book characterizing the government’s pronouncement on 9/11 as a conspiracy. Just below the front…

May 07, 2013
11:03 AM
scholarship, service, style and success

Newly-crowned cover girl Brooke Mills has her eyes on the prize

 There has never been a Miss America winner from New Hampshire. If Brooke Mills has anything to say about it, that could change soon.“I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up,” Mills told us, “but Miss America is definitely a goal.”Just 13, Mills has spent much of her life in the world of modeling and beauty pageants. Of course, when your mother is a former Miss New Hampshire…

May 07, 2013
10:23 AM
bark in the park

Fanto – Sgt. Nick Hodgen’s best-smelling partner of all time

 Sgt. Nick Hodgen and his K9 counterpart Fanto of the Hillsboro Police Department are coming to Concord on May 11 as part of Bark in the Park. The family-friendly dog fair aims to raise money to bring a K9 unit to the Concord Police Department. Hodgen will be sending Fanto after Concord celebs like police Chief John Duval (don’t worry –they’ll have a special bite…

May 07, 2013
3:04 PM

NHTI visual arts students’ capstone exhibit

Selections from the NHTI visual arts capstone are on display now at the NHTI library. For more information, visit or call 230-4028.

May 07, 2013
12:04 PM
a&e scene

Guy and Ralna bring old-school charm to the Capitol Center May 12

Names: Ralna English and Guy HovisStars of the Lawrence Welk Show who will be performing at the Capitol Center for the Arts on May 12 in a benefit show for the Granite State Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are available at, and the show begins at 3 p.m. How has the music world changed since you made your Lawrence Welk Show debut back in 1969?Ralna: It’s a completely different ballgame now than it…


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