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Book of the Week: Real or false isn’t clear

The Burn Palace By Stephen Dobyns (464 pages, fiction, 2013) The Burn...

Capital Arts Fest returns for 3rd year

The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen is thrilled to announce it is moving...

This week in Concord History

Sept. 24, 1816:  A few months after the Legislature confirms Concord as the...

Looking back: Trading news stories for old stories

For the Insider There are people you meet on this journey we call life. You...

Virtual book talks with Gibson’s

Poet Erica Bodwell, winner of the 2018 Wilder Series Poetry Book Prize,...

City newsletter: Get a deal on new-to-you bike

The city manager’s office sent out the City Manager’s Newsletter last...

Two artists, two themes, one location

Two New Hampshire Art Association members – photographer Mark Giuliucci...

City news: Get a library card, dispose of waste

The city manager’s office sent out the City Manager’s Newsletter last...

Entertainment: Have a laugh at Hatbox

Live Music Friday, Sept. 18 Cash Unchained at 8 p.m. at the Capitol Center...

Kindness Challenge: Consider others’ perspectives

Earlier this summer, I went to Acadia National Park with my family. At night...

Exhibit changes with the leaves

The oil paintings of New Hampshire Art Association artist BJ Eckardt will be...

Bulletin Board: Parade planning and more

Concord Christmas Parade in works The 69th annual Concord Christmas Parade...

Book of the Week: Coyote Waits

Coyote Waits By Tony Hillerman (292 pages, mystery, 1990) One night on...

This week in Concord history

Sept. 17, 1987: The poet Robert Lowell dies. He has family ties in...

Annual Monarch Festival joins streaming list

Every September since 2013, Petals in the Pines in Canterbury has looked...

City newsletter: Mask mandate in effect

The city manager’s office sent out the City Manager’s Newsletter last...

Bulletin Board: Authors share books virtually

Hall presents novel virtually Meredith Hall (Without A Map) visits...

Book: Game takes on life of its own

Ender’s Game By Orson Scott Card (380 pages, young adult science fiction,...

This week in Concord History

Sept. 10, 2001: A Barnstead police officer who had been suspended without...

Book of the Week: Mysteries pile up

The Old Success By Martha Grimes (243 pages, mystery, 2019) Brian Macalvie...

Looking back: Concord Lumber Company

Concord Lumber Company was established by Arthur G. Stevens in 1904 here in...

Shows pick up

Live music Friday, Sept. 11 Boneshakerz at 6:13 p.m. at Area 23. DJ Shamblez...

Aerospace Fest

On Sept. 12, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery...

Hatbox to host ‘Love Letters’ for three weeks

Love Letters, a two-person play by A. R. Gurney, will be the next play...

Ripe for the pickin’

Labor Day weekend seems to be the unofficial start to apple season with...

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