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Call for student written poetry, deadline April 30

Students who like to write poetry will have another chance for statewide recognition this year. The Poetry Society of New Hampshire, in partnership with the New Hampshire Council of Teachers of English, is holding its annual poetry contest this spring. The contest is open to all young writers, in grades 1-8 (Junior Division) and in grades 9-12 (Senior Division). The winning poems… 0

March 18, 2014
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NHTI Film Society to show ‘Chasing Ice’

The NHTI Film Society will be screening – in conjunction w/ the NHTI Environmental Action Club – Chasing Ice, on March 28 at 7 p.m. in the Sweeney Hall Auditorium.  The film is open to the public for a $5 suggested donation. It’s free for NHTI students. The film follows National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys… 0

March 18, 2014
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Red Rivers to host Wild & Scenic film festival

The New Hampshire Rivers Council will host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Red River Theatres on March 28. The Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival is “where activism gets inspired.” Eleven films that focus on conserving and appreciating nature will be featured, with two filmmakers in attendance to speak with moviegoers about their documentary. Films will take… 0

March 18, 2014
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Still time to sign up for Concord Little League

Have you signed-up your children for baseball? It’s not too late. Concord Little League is still accepting registration for boys and girls ages 4 to 12 for t-ball, AA(coach pitch), Challenger, AAA (Minors) and Majors. If your child(ren) is interested in playing this spring, email Alison Nyhan at concordNHlittleleague@gmail.com. 0

March 18, 2014
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March supper at Grace Episcopal Church Friday

The Grace Episcopal Church, located at 30 Eastman St. will host its monthly supper on Friday at 5 p.m. The March supper features tuna noodle casserole, cranberry-orange relish and blueberry cobbler for dessert. So come, bring your family and friends and take the night off from cooking. There is no charge, but donations are welcomed and support our Take-A-Tote Ministry, which helps… 0

March 18, 2014
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Doctor, nurses to speak on marathon bombing

The Boston Marathon – along with the lives of many who were running or watching the race –changed forever last April when two bombs detonated near the finish line. As the explosions shocked the world, bystanders, emergency responders, and medical personnel were credited with quick action that saved lives. On Wednesday, Dr. Aaron Remenschneider and two Registered Nurses, Deb… 0

March 18, 2014

Concord Public Library Book of the week

The Good Luck of Right NowMatthew Quick2014, 284 pagesFiction If Matthew Quick’s Silver Linings Playbook is about “love, madness, and Kenny G.,” his new book, The Good Luck of Right Now, is about love, difference, and Richard Gere. Quick has a knack for getting inside the lives of people most of us don’t try to know. In this case, 38-year-old Bartholomew,… 0

March 18, 2014
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We see dead people! Oh, those are just yoga aficianados. But why didn’t Tim get a blanket? 0

March 11, 2014
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Tim getting his yoga on. 0

March 11, 2014
The Grammarnator

Cate Blanchett loses the grammar awards

The Grammarnator has not written in a while, and people he meets around town are asking him about it. So it’s time to use a whopper of a public mistake to get back into it. At the Oscars last week, Cate Blanchett grabbed her second statuette from Daniel-Day Lewis and immediately said that receiving it from his hands… 0

March 11, 2014