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Ask a doctor: Plastic surgery care of breast cancer patients

01-07-2024 11:00 AM

Dr. Lauren Oliver, DO, FACOS, plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Concord Hospital Plastic Surgery, discusses the care given to breast cancer patients using the latest in cosmetic surgical techniques. “Our field is always advancing, which is why we...


From the farm: Calf training

01-06-2024 4:00 PM

Courtney, the calf, flopped down, legs stretched out, with her head flat on the ground. Her eyes followed Julie, the human, as she pulled on the lead rope while pleading with Courtney to get up. Courtney wouldn’t budge. I told Julie to leave her be...


How to spend the winter planning and preparing for your spring garden

01-06-2024 11:14 AM

By JESSICA DAMIANO

Gardening isn’t usually the first thing that springs to mind when the calendar page turns to January. But with the holidays behind us, there’s no better time to start planning and preparing our 2024 gardens.Of course, that will mean different things...


Rodger Martin to give poetry reading in Dublin

01-03-2024 9:23 AM

Harrisville poet Rodger Martin will share selections from “For All The Tea in Zhōngguó,” “The Battlefield Guide” and new, unreleased works Thursday, Jan. 11, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Dublin Public Library, 1114 Main St. in Dublin. Snow date is Jan....


Franklin Opera House presents Randy Armstrong

01-02-2024 11:38 AM

The Franklin Opera House will present Randy Armstrong at the Franklin Public Library on Saturday, January 13. Hailed by the Boston Globe as a “sure-fingered guitar virtuoso,” Randy Armstrong is the co-founder of Do’a World Music Ensemble, Unu Mondo, &...


From the farm: My plan for a great 2024

12-30-2023 5:00 PM

A while ago, when I found Stash, one of my Scottish Highland oxen, dead in the field, I was devastated, but it also left his teammate, Topper, without a partner. Oxen are cattle that work for a living. They are yoked in carefully matched pairs to pull...


Homeyer: A year in the garden

12-29-2023 5:22 PM

As we begin 2024, I think it is good not only to look back on the year we have just concluded but also to plan ahead. We can’t know if we’ll be facing hot and dry or wet and soggy this summer – or perfect conditions. But we can make plans and hope for...


Call for art on ‘Winter Frost’ for Exeter show

12-27-2023 9:00 AM

The Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter invites local artists to submit to their first theme show of the year, “Winter Frost.” The theme shows are open to all, but members receive a discounted fee, so now is the perfect time to become a member. You...


Warren Miller’s ‘All Time’ to be screened at the Colonial Theatre

12-27-2023 7:00 AM

The Colonial Theatre in Laconia will present Warren Miller’s “All Time” on Dec. 28 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 29 at 7 p.m.Warren Miller’s “All Time”  is bringing 74 years of filmmaking reimagined to a theater near you. And this season, it’s all about good...


Comedian Juston McKinney comes to Nashua on  Dec. 31

12-26-2023 4:00 PM

Nashua Center for the Arts will present Comedian Juston McKinney on  Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. End the year with laughter as NH’s own, comedian Juston McKinney, brings his annual must see show to Nashua on New Year’s Eve!Juston has multiple appearances on the...


Hermit Woods Winery hosts back-to-back evenings of music starting Dec. 27

12-26-2023 1:34 PM

Hermit Woods Winery will host two nights of music this week including Randy Roos Hall of Mirrors Tour and the Monthly Songwriter Series by Katie Dobbins Music. The next Songwriter Round-Up show takes place on Wednesday, Dec. 27, featuring New...


From the Farm: Feeding a sense of gratitude

12-24-2023 7:00 AM

By CAROLE SOULE

After 20 years raising cattle, you’d think I’d be unaffected by June, the cow who walks over looking for scratches, or Tazzy, the mini-pig grunting for dinner. But despite the years, the critters still pull on my heartstrings. I melt when Venus, one...


New London Hospital to host gallery space

12-20-2023 9:00 AM

The Center for the Arts is excited to add to its gallery partners and CFA microgalleries with its increased lineup of local artists on display through a recent partnership with the New London Hospital. The CFA will oversee the hospital art exhibit...


Hood Museum of Art presents exhibition of photographs by Cara Romero

12-19-2023 5:00 PM

The Hood Museum of Art will present the first major solo museum exhibition of photographs by Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero, titled Cara Romero: Panûpünüwügai (Living Light). The exhibition will be on view at the Hood Museum from Jan. 18 through June...


Traditional English Panto returns to the Winnipesaukee Playhouse

12-19-2023 3:10 PM

A favorite family holiday event is back at the Winnipesaukee Playhouse. Filled with bright lights, big costumes, dynamic dancing, silly slapstick for the littles, innuendo for the adults, and a double entendre or two (or three!), its annual English...


From the farm: My favorite bovines are ‘people cattle’

12-17-2023 8:00 AM

‘Do your cattle mind that?” is often asked as I put a halter with a red nose on Topper to disguise him as Rudolph the Red-Nosed Rein-Steer or toss a saddle on Curious Bleu, a 2,000-pound Scottish Highland steer with ginormous horns. If Topper or Bleu...


Take Me Outside: Seeing in the dark

12-16-2023 4:00 PM

By RUTH SMITH

As the longest night of the year approaches, many of us spend more time outside in the dark. Walking from my car to the house after work and closing the chicken coop before dinner now occur long after sunset. On several recent evenings, I’ve...


Concord Chorale holds December concert

12-05-2023 2:52 PM

On Dec. 9 and 10, Concord Chorale will be performing a concert titled “A Testament to Peace.” This concert focuses on the themes of peace and gratitude and features brass, organ, piano, and percussion.Joining Concord Chorale will be the young voices...


Players receive $50,000 matching gift pledge

12-05-2023 12:30 PM

By ELLEN BURGER 

Christmas came early for The Community Players of Concord, N.H. Last year a very generous, anonymous donor came forward to assist the group in setting up an investment fund that will help to ensure the continued longevity of the nearly 100-year-old...


Is it normal or a problem if your evergreens are browning?

12-02-2023 4:50 PM

By JESSICA DAMIANO

Are your evergreens turning yellow or brown? The symptoms could indicate a problem, but chances are they’re just part of the trees’ seasonal aging process. Close examination will reveal the cause – and whether any action is needed.Many healthy...



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