The Concordland board game issue

Feb 05, 2013
11:49 AM

Concordland: the Concord board game

Well, we've done it again, dear readers - another great feature that will keep you entertained for years to come. It's Concordland, the Concord board game. We've got the instructions, board and game cards online and ready for you to print out. Of course, the easiest way to play is to pick up a copy of the Insider and cut out the game cards and pieces yourself. Enjoy! Follow these links to a downloadable version of…

Feb 05, 2013
10:50 AM

Concord’s Ann Winterling is hooked on rugs

 The floor is just about the only place in Ann Winterling’s home that you won’t find one of her rugs.Such is life for one of the more accomplished rug hookers in the region. A Concord resident for more than 40 years, Winterling has had rugs appear in galleries both near and far – including the current display at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Gallery –…

Feb 05, 2013
11:40 AM

Ceramics at St. Paul's School

Here's what we found on display at the Hargate Art Gallery.

Feb 05, 2013
11:15 AM
Tattoo artist of the week

Kristy Case talks cool ink, cover-ups and sensitive body parts

 Name: Kristy CaseManager, Anaconda Tattoo and Piercing How long have you been a tattoo artist?For about five years. Everybody always told me I’d be good at it, because they liked my art work. I was actually enrolled at the New England Art Institute and ready to go there when I decided to start pursuing tattooing instead. And thank God I did, because I owe a lot less…

Feb 05, 2013
11:21 AM

The Terminator liked to morph too. . .

 The Grammarnatrix’s praise of dictionaries last week, and the Oxford English Dictionary in particular, reminded me of some time spent with the OED in the Concord High School library (which had by then morphed into the media center, I believe). Morph – there’s an interesting word. It does not appear as a verb in my own go-to dictionary, Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate, the one the…

Feb 05, 2013
11:20 AM

Teens on the scene

Look at all those enthusiastic teenagers! And what a coincidence that they all wound up in the library at the same time last Wednesday afternoon. Ah, who are we kidding – it was no coincidence at all. It was the library’s first Teen Board meeting, where students voiced their opinions about events and programs they’d like to see at the library in the near future. Among the most…


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