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This week in Gibson’s virtual line-up

Virtual poetry gathering The Poetry Society of New Hampshire, in conjunction...

Book of the Week: Observations on womanhood

Life of the Party: Poems By Olivia Gatwood (153 pages, poetry, 2019) This...

City newsletter: Elections, leaves, Halloween and more

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

This week in Concord History

Oct. 22, 1987: After passing through a small crowd bearing signs reading...

Flight, pint, growler or keg? These breweries have it

Back in 2018, the Insider took you on a tour of the regional brewpubs in the...

Book: How to Speak Brit

How to Speak Brit: The Quintessential Guide to the King’s English,...

Relative’s diagnosis leads to discovery

My name is Michelle Frost and I am a breast cancer Previvor. Previvor: A...

Making Strides event at a glance

The 2020 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event will take place on...

Unique experience for a unique challenge

The American Cancer Society is excited to continue the 28-year tradition of...

Real Men Wear Pink program adds to effort

Prominent male community and business leaders from across New Hampshire have...

Cancer isn’t canceled

Laura Peterson and her father are no strangers to hearing the words “you...

City newsletter: Information on election, leaf pick-up

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

Book of the Week: Grand fantasy on Emerald Isle

An Irish Country Girl By Patrick Taylor (319 pages, fiction,...

This week in Concord history

Oct. 15, 1851: Philip C. Hunt is caught in a belt and carried around the...

Write holiday card

The Holiday Cards 4 Our Military Challenge is up and running and ready for...

City newsletter: Get smart about fire prevention in kitchens

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

Book of the Week: An important collection on racism

The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks About Race Edited by Jesmyn...

Bulletin Board: State park pass and more

Reserve your space Most hikers and outdoor enthusiasts will agree, the fall...

Lots to see and do downtown

While the Insider is always looking at local people, places and things to...

This week in Concord history

Oct. 8, 1938: Penny Pitou of Gilford is born. She will win two silver medals...

Poem: A faded billboard

A faded billboard lost to time, selling goods for the old store, a business...

Poem: A younger man so

I wish I realized, when I was a younger man so, the sentiments the many...

Entertainment

Thursday, Oct. 8 Mark Bartram at Hermanos, 6:30 to 7:30 and 8 to 9 p.m. Open...

Artistic endeavors join forces

Insider staff Two Concord-based crafters have teamed up to organize the...

Exercise while fundraising

A family favorite in Concord, the Wicked FIT 5k is a Halloween...

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