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Sometimes the best-laid plans go awry

By Don Himsel

Staff writer and photographer

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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Sometimes the best-laid plans go awry

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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Reliving the sweat equity of gym class

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Rome pyramid getting spotlighted

ROME - Rome's only surviving pyramid from ancient times is being put in the spotlight. After a Japanese clothing magnate helped pay for an ambitious … Full story    
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What to do in Toronto, from new to classic attractions

Grab your toque (what Canadians call a wool hat) and get your game face on if you're heading for the NBA All-Star Game in the … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

Historic ocean liner could be restored to luxury

NEW YORK (AP) - The SS United States, an ocean liner bigger than the Titanic that once carried celebrities across the Atlantic at record speeds, … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

Going Places

Istanbul's bazaar  set for restoration ISTANBUL (AP) - Turkish authorities say Istanbul's historic Grand Bazaar, one of the world's oldest and largest covered markets, will … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

Celebrate love, paint the town red in Kennebunkport

The chipped-ice bar - complete with a frozen luge for pouring custom cocktails - is dazzling in the balmy air of February. It's the kickoff … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

Report: Ethical to test embryos made from DNA of three people

Creating babies from the DNA of three people - a man and two women - one day might prevent mothers from passing on devastating genetic … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

‘Parent-on-Duty’ role: Think designated driver for parents

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Published:  February 7, 2016

Mental illness has proven difficult to battle in Wyo.

GILLETTE, Wyo. - As she pulled into the Force Road suburb, Trish Simonson felt her mother's intuition kick in. Something was wrong. The lights were … Full story    
Published:  February 7, 2016

Best seller list

Hardcover Fiction

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

2. "My Name Is Lucy Barton", Elizabeth Strout

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

4. "The Nightingale", Kristin Hannah

5. "The Swans of Fifth Avenue", Melanie Benjamin

Hardcover Nonfiction

1. "When Breath Becomes Air", Paul Kalanithi

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

3. "Between the World and Me", Ta-Nehisi Coates

4. "The Road to Little Dribbling", Bill Bryson

5. "Spark Joy", Marie Kondo

Trade Paperback Fiction

1. "My Brilliant Friend", Elena Ferrante

2. "A Little Life", Hanya Yanagihara

3. "The Revenant", Michael Punke

4. "The Buried Giant", Kazuo Ishiguro

5. "Brooklyn", Colm Toibin

Trade Paperback Nonfiction

1. "The Big Short", Michael Lewis

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

3. "Missoula", Jon Krakauer

4. "You Are a Badass", Jen Sincero

5. "Yes Please", Amy Poehler

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.