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Symphony NH opens season in Nashua on Saturday with ‘Hearts Aflame’ program

Symphony NH begins its 91st season this weekend with a guest soloist, a star-crossed romance, and an opera that changed the way we attend music … Full story    

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Denim to Diamonds jewelry, fashion show in downtown Nashua benefits cancer research

Beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday, Pompanoosuc Mills furniture store in downtown Nashua will be transformed into a glamorous fashion runway venue, with the sixth annual … Full story    
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Dusk-to-midnight trail races and festival

AMHERST – Saturday, the Amherst Land Trust will host the Joe English Twilight Challenge, a festival-like evening of dusk-to-midnight trail races at Freestyle Farm. The … Full story    
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Ghostlight Theater Co. in Lowell opens season with U.S. premiere of ‘Rabbit, Rabbit’

LOWELL, Mass. – Ghostlight Theater Company of New England, a multi-award winning independent theater company, is kicking off its 10th season with the American premiere … Full story    
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10 fresh ways to serve pasta for dinner

Pasta tends to be a dinnertime trap. We get it. We understand how it happens. You discover those two or three easy pasta dishes that … Full story    
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Downtown Nashua hosts Farmers Dinner

NASHUA – Main Street was shut down to vehicular traffic Sunday for The Farmers Dinner. The sold-out event, part of the ever-growing series created by … Full story    
Published:  September 25, 2014

Nutritious chia seeds leave you feeling full

Pity the chia seed. For so long, this nutritional powerhouse was relegated to late-night television commercials hawking sprouting cat-shaped clay planters. That is, until recently. … Full story    
Published:  September 18, 2014

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Teresa Santoski Teresa Santoski

Some fears fly right in the face of rational thought

It has been said that 90 percent of the things we’re afraid of will never happen. This is comforting until you realize this means 10 … Full story    

Kathleen Palmer Kathleen Palmer

A new season brings season openers for theater, art, music

I can’t believe I’m writing this on October 1st. As much as I love this season, I know the next three months are going to … Full story    

Marc Bouchard Marc Bouchard

When late summer and early fall collide in the kitchen

This time of year is one of the busiest in our kitchen, because we are dealing with the conflicting demands of processing the last of … Full story    

Gary Trahan Gary Trahan

Salty beaches and salty friends

Jane, a college friend, invited me on a trip to Wingaersheek Beach in Gloucester, Mass., shortly after Labor Day. I jumped at the chance. This … Full story    


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