The Music School Issue

Mar 25, 2014
12:52 PM
Playing an instrumental role

The halls are alive with the sound of music

Take a walk down the halls and just listen. You’ll be glad you did. The late afternoons and early evenings are a great time to be strolling around the classroom-lined corridors of the Concord Community Music School – and really just about any day of the week will do. That’s the great part about it – there’s always musical magic being made. And we dare you to say that 10 times…

Mar 25, 2014
10:22 AM
Look at all that scenery

Janeway’s watercolor work captures memories on a canvas

Betsy Janeway’s watercolor paintings will be on exhibit at the N.H. Audubon McLane Center through April.

Mar 25, 2014
10:42 AM
4th annual SoupFest

Grab your bowl and spoon, it’s time to grub down on some soup

There’s nothing like a hot bowl of soup. It’s the perfect pick me up on a cold day and let’s not forget about all the worldly variations. So if you’re a fan of soup like we are and you enjoy supporting a worthy cause, then the 4th annual SoupFest is the place for you. The collaboration between the South Congregational Church Senior Program and the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness…

Mar 25, 2014
9:46 AM
Granite State Challenge Host of the Week

After 29 years, Jim Jeannotte’s voice is still dazzling the Granite State

Name: Jim JeannotteOccupation: Host of Granite State Challenge. How long have you been the host of Granite State Challenge?Well right now we’re in the middle of our 30th year and I’ve been there 29 years. Tom Bergeron of Dancing with the Stars, was host of year No. 1. He went on to stardom and I’ve been there 29 years ever since. How did you get the job?Actually I was doing some UNH hockey work for Channel 11 and the program was created and I voiced an interest. I was working at WKXL in Concord as my full-time job on the radio, doing freelance work, doing some UNH hockey…

Mar 25, 2014
3:28 PM

The Insider storms the CASL, part 2

Students from the Capital Area Student Leadership program held a communications day a few weeks back, and we stopped by to get in on a piece of the action. Here’s what they had to say.

Mar 25, 2014
10:02 AM
Stuff at the Kimby-Jenks

Learn to design like a professional – or at least pretend to be one

Our interpretation of interior design has generally consisted of rearranging the pizza boxes in the Insider pod into uniform stacks. We can only assume the fine people at Kimball-Jenkins (we’re just going to keep calling it the Kimby-Jenks until it catches on) had people like us in mind when they developed their latest offering, a five-part series of interior design workshops called…


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