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City Newsletter: Winter activities arrive in the capital city

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

Book: Make a plan for your final days

The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving Forgotten Wisdom By Lydia Dugdale (259...

Entertainment: Live shows Nov. 27 to Dec. 3

Nov. 27 Open mic at Penuche’s at 8 p.m. Nov. 28 Raid the Larder at...

Looking back: Cider topper makes his rounds

There was a time in our little village of Rumford, back when we were a...

Poem: Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving approaches, our thoughts return to long ago, people did...

This week in Concord history

Nov. 26, 2000: More than three-fifths of the state’s voting-age population...

Bulletin board: Donation opportunities and things to do

Food fund online In past years, Concord High School has conducted a food...

Concord Handmade returns for 10th season

Open for its 10th holiday season, Concord Handmade has opened a pop-up shop...

City newsletter: Enjoy the holiday festivities

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

Book of the week: Haddix has new story

The Strangers By Margaret Peterson Haddix (405 pages, youth sci-fi,...

Live music and shows available in Concord

Music Nov. 19 Brian Booth at 6:30 p.m. at Hermanos Lucinda William’s...

Bulletin board: Things to do in Concord

Author presents latest history book Mike Pride returns to Gibson’s...

Poetry: November

November has returned, an old friend from my past,   finding a...

City Newsletter: Clerks office thanks you for patience, gifts

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

This week in Concord history

Nov. 19, 2000: In classrooms around the state, the drawn-out presidential...

Children’s Book: A bit of magic

Little Fairy Can’t Sleep By Daniela Drescher (18 pages, German...

Book of the week: How to podcast

So You Want to Start a Podcast: Finding Your Voice, Telling your Story, and...

Capitol Center for the Arts hits 25-year mark

The Capitol Center for the Arts opened Nov. 9, 1995, to much fanfare after a...

Epic author, poet to hold virtual talks

Gibson’s Bookstore welcomes back Terry Brooks online Nov. 6 at 7 p.m., as...

New housing complex, arena reopening

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

Partners create arts corridor up Route 3

The Route 3 Art Trail is a new collaborative partnership designed to...

This week in Concord history

Nov. 5, 1940: Arthur Smart of Tilton wins a seat in the state Senate at 29,...

Book of the Week: Beating the Lunch Box Blues

Beating the Lunch Box Blues By J.M. Hirsch (198 pages, nonfiction,...

Book of the Week: Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe

Midnight at the Blackbird Café By Heather Webber (333 pages, fiction,...

This week in Gibson’s virtual line-up

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

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