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Sunday Magazine

Local musician donates her harp to philharmonic

SALEM – To some people, the majestic, 47-stringed harp beckons Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker,” and the introduction to “Waltz of the Flowers.” Still for others, it’s the sound heard at the beginning of any dream sequence filmed for a movie or television show. But for life-long ...

Boston area Bees Deluxe keeps buzzing

NASHUA – “When life gives us lemons, make acid blues.” Such is the mantra for greater Boston area band Bees Deluxe. And while last year’s quarantine may have shut down their schedules, it didn’t put a damper on their creative spirits. Consisting of keyboardist Carol Band, ...

Local potter creates clay masterworks

Think of it as “pottery in motion.” For local potter and artist Pam Nowell and her Mudworks Pottery Studio, located at 222 Cutter Road, Temple, the pandemic meant shifting from teaching and creating to actually building a brick kiln at her new studio. “I packed up and moved my studio ...

Local authors contribute to quarantine chapbook

PETERBOROUGH – The solitude of lockdown and COVID-19 has spawned a series of poems, “Day After Day In Quarantine,” a poetry anthology by the Peterborough Poetry Project. Some contributors dipped into their creative psyche to unmask the fears and triumphs during the pandemic, while ...

Local Latino artist dabbles in most anything artistic

NASHUA – Artist Ismael Castro doesn’t limit his creativity to just one artistic media. A photographer and graphic artist, Castro also paints large abstract works, which are on display at his studio at Nashua Artworks at 14 Court St. Accompanied by his daughter Veronika, Castro said ...

How two friends and artists are teaching each other

NASHUA – Pianist Deanna Butler and artist Loretta Hubley are trying to figure out when the two first met. “Four years?” Butler said. “Oh no, it hasn’t been four years,” Hubley answered. Butler explained that Hubley came to her birthday party and as she is 83 now, it “has to ...