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Hudson’s only presidential candidate was a big ape – literally

Don Himsel

Editor’s Note: Imagine Nashua: Then & Now is a weekly photo column by Don Himsel. Each week, he will feature an old photo within a … Full story    

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Getting a grip: He exfoliates the manly way

I needed to refresh my understanding of exfoliation. I hear the word all the time and Barbara tells me I should be doing it. As … Full story    
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State was a landmark in two NH cities

EDITOR’S NOTE: Imagine Nashua: Then & Now is a weekly photo column by Don Himsel. Each week, he will feature an old photo within a … Full story    
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New England sites make for great time exploring

Going for a walk means slowing down and noticing what’s around you, rather than what’s online. You can breathe. You can talk. Perhaps you can … Full story    
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June sky show features clash of the Lawnchair titans

I can almost hear them now: The sky is falling, the sky is falling. The end is near. Look, I know what I saw. It … Full story    
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Keeping cool has become an unseasonably hot topic

Hey, who turned up the heat? A long-awaited spring replaced winter’s woes, heating expenses and frozen toes – yet springtime, a season for cultivation and … Full story    
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In the NFL, sensors on helmets are delicate issue

NEW ORLEANS – When big-money NFL careers are at stake, the use of impact-measuring sensors in football helmets isn’t as routine as one might expect. … Full story    
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Study reveals flawed testing

The first report from a big public-private project to improve genetic testing reveals it is not as rock solid as many people believe, with flaws … Full story    
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Early HIV treatment is best, report confirms

WASHINGTON – A major international study says HIV patients shouldn’t delay in seeking treatment: Starting medication soon after diagnosis helps keep people healthy longer. People … Full story    
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Widows talk about grief, support

NEW YORK – Nine days after her husband died unexpectedly, Sheryl Sandberg took to Facebook to describe her return to the sidelines for her daughter’s … Full story    
Published:  May 26, 2015

Book just as scary the second time

I have never been a fan of the horror genre in fiction, with an exception for Shirley Jackson, who is an exception to all classification, … Full story    
Published:  May 26, 2015

Best seller list

Hardcover Fiction

1. "All the Light We Cannot See", Anthony Doerr

2. "The Girl on the Train", Paula Hawkins

3. "Seveneves", Neal Stephenson

4. "A God in Ruins", Kate Atkinson

5. "God Help the Child", Toni Morrison

Hardcover Nonfiction

1. "The Wright Brothers", David McCullough

2. "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up", Marie Kondo

3. "The Road to Character", David Brooks

4. "Dead Wake", Erik Larson

5. "H Is for Hawk", Helen MacDonald

Trade Paperback Fiction

1. "Euphoria", Lily King

2. "The Goldfinch", Donna Tartt

3. "The Invention of Wings", Sue Monk Kidd

4. "Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage", Haruki Murakami

5. "Everything I Never Told You", Celeste Ng

Trade Paperback Nonfiction

1. "The Boys in the Boat", Daniel James Brown

2. "Wild", Cheryl Strayed

3. "David and Goliath", Malcolm Gladwell

4. "Things That Matter", Charles Krauthammer

5. "Talk Like TED", Carmine Gallo

The Indie Best-seller List is based on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across the United States. For an independent bookstore near you, visit www.IndieBound.org.