Sunday Magazine

Gemstones and charms: New Nashua business booming with beads

Folks who patronize the row of businesses on the high ground at 427 Amherst St., now have an opportunity to explore another destination there, a new bead shop located between Yoshimama Japanese Fusion & Sushi Bar and Cucina Toscana. The Beadles Bead Shop & Boutique, located in Unit 9, ...

Nashua PAL calls for sneakers to support ‘body and sole’

The sole is the underside of the foot, a sensory organ on which we make contact with the ground while standing, walking, running, jumping, any activity requiring footwork supporting body weight. The Nashua Police Athletic League (PAL) offers activities and educational programs to boys and girls ...

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Warm winter items await making from yarn for the taking

The weather outside is delightful, next it’s more like frightful, with record-low temperatures, gusty winds and ‘frost on the pumpkin,’ all signs Mother Nature is making plans to welcome Old Man Winter. Now is the time to prepare, for some folks to knit and/or crochet hats, mittens, ...

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‘What the Fluff:’ Festival celebrates 100 years of gooey goodness

Anyone who has spent any time in New England knows what Fluff is – the white cloud of sticky, sweet that is half the makings to the iconic Fluffernutter sandwich. But it’s become so much more than that, as was showcased at the 12th annual “What the Fluff” Festival in Somerville, Mass., ...

NCC Machinist student seeks required ‘tools of the trade’

A machinist is a person who uses machine tools such as lathes, mills, grinders and routers to make or modify precision metal parts. Many machinists must be able to use both manual and CNC (Computer Numerical Control machinery) that controls the cutting tool speed and cuts to create a part. A ...

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Animal Rescue NE needs bins, bedding, for Texas dogs

The Animal Rescue Network of New England (ARNNE), a NH nonprofit dog rescue, is in need of some items for the shelter, preparing to welcome three truckloads of dogs – fuzzy, furry, long and short-haired – some victims of Hurricane Harvey. In the future these ‘Lone Star’ state dogs will ...

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Kool kupcakez: Merrimack bakery offers gluten-free desserts

At 5:30 every morning, Debbie Atamanchuk can be found in the kitchen of her bakery frosting cupcakes. Every day, the small shop goes through at least 200 cupcakes she said, a demand she had not anticipated when she opened her hot pink Merrimack storefront over Memorial Day weekend. Bite Me ...

Hot Wheels offer fun on the fast track – ready, set …Go!

Hot Wheels is a brand of die-cast toy cars introduced by American toy maker Mattel in 1968. Combining popular models with speed made the miniature cars even more appealing with sales topping 16 million in the first year and hardly slowed since. Mattel has produced more than 800 models and ...

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Now See This

Art Institute hosts symposium BROOKLINE – Andres Institute of Art is preparing for their 2017 International Bridges and Connections Symposium. This year’s theme is “Today Tomorrow,” a reflection of what we do today and how it influences tomorrow. It will be held Sept. 15-Oct. 7. The ...

Warm up America: Ladies knit, crochet for charity

The slurp of drinking straws claiming the last couple of inches of cola from the bottom of the ladies’ soda glasses signals the wind-down of an afternoon of knitting and crocheting at Wendy’s in Nashua. The activity, shared weekly by more than a dozen talented women, provides handmades for ...

Searching for Snow Babies to replace those lost in a fire

A Snow Baby is a small figurine, usually of a child, depicting some aspect of Christmas or winter sports. Traditional Snow Babies are made of unglazed porcelain (bisque) and the child’s snowsuit appears to be covered in snowflakes. The oldest Snow Babies were made in Germany as cake ...

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Labor of love: Season fruitful for local gardners

Flashbacks of snow-covered everything do much to sweeten the memory of the endless hours of labor that recently produced a bounty of ripe delights for local gardeners. The hours of planting, weeding and watering have nurtured a harvest worth savoring and sharing. The gardeners’ leafy emerald ...

Yarn offer calls for crafters to create winter warmth items

“The leaves fall, the wind blows and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools” – Henry Beston, (1888-1968) American author and naturalist. While Labor Day is considered by some to be an end to summer for others it’s a beginning of a labor of love as ...

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