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Album Review: ‘Colored Everything’ by The Rhythm Upstairs a trippy, ethereal ride

The requests to review albums by local artists keep coming in, and I was...

Check out three new sculptures in downtown Concord

There are three new pieces of art downtown for your viewing pleasure. The...

Making Good Health Simple: Don’t let party season throw you off your clean-eating game

Dance recital, piano concerto, baby shower, wedding, graduation, birthday,...

Bulletin Board: Free ice cream, free concerts, free everything

Capital Area Memory Cafe The Capital Area Memory Café for memory-impaired...

Entertainment: Light week for bar shows as everyone’s out at Market Days

Music Tuesday Kid Pinky at Hermanos Cocina Mexicana at 6:30...

Bring the kids to Family Fun Day at Keach Park

On the off chance that Market Days just isn’t enough family fun for you,...

City Manager’s Newsletter: Pools are open, sunscreen available and more

On Friday, Stefanie Breton, the city’s public information officer, sent...

Join the library on Wednesday for Summer Reading Kick-off Party

It’s that time of year again – Summer Reading returns to Concord! This...

The Yogi: Yoga, Age and Market Days

Here comes Market Days! I was walking through downtown last week, thinking...

Food Snob: Porky Pig from The Crepe Escape

Out with the old, in with the new. Fans of crepes – those super-thin...

League to showcase White Mountain Woolen Magic Rughooking Guild

The League of N.H. Craftsmen will present a guest exhibition at its...

On the Road: The ‘Insider’ takes a trip to Barcelona

Debbie Varnell (left) and her daughter Kelly went to Barcelona for a couple...

Book of the Week: ‘The Victory Garden’

The Victory Garden Rhys Bowen 2019, 353 pages Historical fiction   It is...

This Week in Concord History

June 18, 1853: A group of Concord citizens meets and raises money for a...

Entertainment: Last weekend to see ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Hatbox

Music Tuesday Michael Walsh at Hermanos Cocina Mexicana at 6:30...

‘Water Connections’ author Jim Rousmaniere to visit Gibson’s Bookstore on Thursday

Author Jim Rousmaniere will visit Gibson’s Bookstore on Thursday at 6 p.m....

Book of the Week: ‘How to Walk Away’

How to Walk Away Katherine Center 2018, 320 pages Fiction   What happens...

This Week in Concord History

June 11, 1837: Samuel Coffin Eastman is born in Concord. A great-grandson of...

Concord road race preview: Check out all the different races you can take part in this summer and fall

Spring has finally arrived, and now, before you know it, summer will be...

Making Good Health Simple: Making a training plan – and sticking to it – is key for any runner

What separates runners from non-runners? The willingness to follow a...

Album Review: ‘These Tracks’ by These Trees a light-rocking, heartfelt debut album

I was lucky enough to snag an early copy of These Tracks, the debut EP from...

The Yogi: Sage advice from a wise old man named Dave Matthews

This week, we’ll start with the words of an ancient sage. We’ll start...

Bulletin Board: PBS to join McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery center; Cog Railway comes to Concord

Newly bereaved discussion group Concord Regional VNA is offering a Newly...

City Manager’s Newsletter: Ward 4 special election, roller skating at Everett Arena and more

On Friday, Stefanie Breton, the city’s public information officer, sent...

Entertainment: Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys comes to the Cap Center

Music Tuesday Dan Weiner at Hermanos Cocina Mexicana at 6:30...

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