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Memo Foundation to host music festival Aug. 21

MILFORD – The Memo Foundation, named in honor of the late Brandon “Memo” Kluz, will host a music, artisan crafts and food festival on Aug. 21 at Keyes Memorial Field, 127 Elm St., from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person or $40 per family. A skatepark bearing his name has ...

Wilson leads US to quarters with 93-82 win over France

SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — A'ja Wilson scored 22 points and Breanna Stewart added 17 to help the U.S. beat France 93-82 on Monday. The win was the 52nd in a row for the U.S. dating back to the bronze medal game of the 1992 Olympics. The U.S. went undefeated in group play — albeit not in the ...

Olympic beach volleyball puts college stars on display

TOKYO (AP) — Beach volleyball's future was on display at the Shiokaze Park venue Monday morning for the Olympic debut of Americans Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponcil. Three of the four players in the U.S. victory over Latvia came up through an NCAA beach volleyball program that has only been ...

Local author finds inspiration for poetry from feathered friends

NEW IPSWICH – For writer Meg Kearney, inspiration for her prose is often found just out her window. The author will be reading works from her latest book, “All Morning The Crows,” and will be joined by her invited guest, writer Sally Rosen Kindred, during a live Zoom event being held on ...

N.H. Jewish Film Festival debuts virtually this month

AMHERST – This year, the 13th annual New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival will be a virtual affair, as films from the United States, Israel, Ethiopia, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland and Switzerland will be screened. Eleven feature films will be making their N.H. premieres. Darren Garnick of ...