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Keith in the new television host headshot he has sent to several national networks. 0

April 15, 2014
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Keith co-hosted an hour of Concord On Air, and the show didn’t crumble before everyone’s eyes! Above: Keith studies his list of upcoming segments while co-host Jessica Fogg does the same (you can see camera bits and a sleeve, too . . . what do you want, it’s live TV). 0

April 15, 2014
Capital Area Wellness Coalition

Tai Chi is where it’s at to improve your balance, strength and flexibility

The initial attraction of Tai Chi practice lies in the beauty and grace of its movements. The benefits of the slow, flowing and simple form is now recognized as the way to improve balance, strength and flexibility. The Mayo Clinic and the Harvard School of Medicine concur that Tai Chi is highly recommended for older adults. Their research has shown Tai Chi as both preventative and… 0

April 15, 2014
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Friends charity auction slated for May 2

Be the high bidder at the 15th Annual Friends Charity Auction where dozens of artistic masterworks and distinctive specialty items will be sold at this important fundraiser. Even if you’re not holding your bid card high at the closing gavel, the real winners are the Concord-area kids who participate in the Friends Youth Mentoring Program. The May 2 fundraiser will take place… 0

April 15, 2014
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Soup makers needed for benefit cook-off

Calling all Concord chili, chowder and soup makers. The first annual Cook-Off to benefit the Boscawen Food Pantry will be held May 8, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Boscawen Elementary School. Whip up a couple of gallons of your favorite chili, chowder or soup recipe and bring it on down. You must register by calling Rhoda Hardy at 344-5902. Open to professionals, amateurs, and… 0

April 15, 2014
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Grange kicks off Centennial celebration with awards

The Concord-Pineconia Grange No. 322 will be kicking off its Centennial celebration with the 38th annual Grange Month Community & Grange Awards Night on April 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Hall, 48 Airport Road (formerly the Elks Hall), Concord Heights. The Grange awards are given to people who are in the community volunteering to preserve… 0

April 15, 2014
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Community Arts Behind Bars workshop April 24

Artist educators interested in developing the skills necessary to work with children who have an incarcerated parent are invited to register for a workshop, “Community Arts Behind Bars,” to be held April 24 in the Kimball-Jenkins Carriage House. The “Community Arts Behind Bars” workshop will train artist educators how to incorporate their own creative skills into leadership… 0

April 15, 2014
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History course continues this week at N.H. Society

The New Hampshire Historical Society is offering a history course, Eyewitness to History: First-Person Accounts, with support from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics. The course will explore, through first-person accounts of key public figures, the influential role New Hampshire has played in shaping national politics and public affairs throughout the late 20th and early 21st… 0

April 15, 2014
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‘The King of Kings’ to be screened at Red River

It was the original big-screen blockbuster, an epic movie on a grand scale depicting the greatest story of all: the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille and featuring a cast of thousands, The King of Kings (1927) stands as one of the sensations of Hollywood’s early days. In honor of this year’s Easter season, a restored print… 0

April 15, 2014

Concord Public Library Book of the week

A Short Guide to a Long LifeDavid B. Agus, MD2014, 186 pagesFiction Dr. David Agus has distilled advice from The End of Illness into Michael Pollan-style rules anyone can understand and follow. He aims to deflate overstated health benefits – for example, neither juicers nor vitamins are as good as they sound – and to help readers take charge of their own health. 0

April 15, 2014