The Valentine's Day issue

Feb 12, 2013
12:12 PM

We love you, Concord – happy Valentine’s Day!

In honor of one of the Insider’s favorite holidays (and inspired once again by comedian Kurt Braunohler’s ‘Greeting Card Project’), we’ve picked up some greeting cards, changed them to be a little bit more fun and honest and placed them back on the shelves of the Main Street CVS. Prospective last-minute card buyers are in for a fun Valentine’s Day surprise! If you find one of our awesome Valentines on…

Feb 12, 2013
11:45 AM
Very Pinteresting

New city website to catapult Concord into the 20th century and beyond

If you’re a hopeless romantic like us, you’ve probably already got big plans for Valentine’s Day. We know we do! This Feb. 14, we’re going to grab a bottle of wine and some chocolates, stop by the flower shop and then head home to spend the rest of the night obsessively refreshing the city of Concord’s website. Oh, does that not sound like something straight out of E.L. James…

Feb 12, 2013
11:52 AM
chocolatier of the week

Audrey Little tells us all about sweet treats and Valentine’s Day

 Name: Audrey Little, ownerA Little Confection How long have you been in the confectionery game?Fifteen years. I worked for the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for many years before I started my own business, so I got my training there. How much more chocolate do you make for Valentine’s Day than you would on a normal day?A lot more. We’ll be dipping 20 flats…

Feb 12, 2013
12:26 PM

Art with heart: "Love, Lust and Desire" at McGowan

McGowan Fine Art is located at 10 Hills Ave. For more information, call 225-2515 or visit “Love, Lust and Desire” runs through Feb. 15.

Feb 12, 2013
11:30 AM
The Food Snob

We eat healthy portions at Concord Hospital

 It can be tough to eat healthy around the holidays. The Snob has been on a health kick over the last few months, however – push-ups perched over a pie plate, treadmill with leftover turkey sandwich just out of reach, pudding squats, candy cane crunches and the like. Now that it’s the new year, we had to choose a healthy option for our next Snobportunity. Then it dawned…

Feb 12, 2013
11:23 AM
Dodging the magic lozenge

Concord Light Opera’s recent resurgence

Classical music and church – not necessarily traditional beacons of hilarity. Well, Concord Light Opera, with some help from theatrical wizards Gilbert and Sullivan, are conspiring to change that, at least for three nights in March. Concord Light Opera continues its resurrection after more than a decade of dormancy with its second annual show, Princess Ida, at the South Congregational Church on March 8, 9 and 10. Taking its cue from Gilbert and Sullivan’s playful style, the organization looks to again blend harmonies and high jinks in the kind of lighthearted romp not often associated…


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