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This week’s arts & entertainment quick picks

10-11-2023 11:00 AM

NH Big Read: ‘The Bear’What: How do stories shape our past, present, and future? Andrew Krivak will take up this question when he discusses writing “The Bear,” a novel in which nature serves as a protagonist, and how living in New Hampshire’s...


Hopkinton Gallery Features Graphite Artist

10-11-2023 11:00 AM

The upcoming exhibition at Two Villages Art Society in Hopkinton, features the work of Barbara Morse, an Amherst artist who specializes in graphite drawings. The exhibit, “Images of Life Re-Envisioned,” opens Oct. 14 at Two Villages Art Society’s...


New Hampshire Film Festival runs this week

10-10-2023 5:00 PM

The collaborative effort of filmmaking will be on display Oct. 12-15 in Portsmouth as directors, producers, writers, and film buffs gather to view some of the most exciting and thought-provoking films available for screening.Organizers say the 21st...


Mosaic Art Collective presents ‘Nevermore’ in Manchester

10-10-2023 5:00 PM

This October, as nightfall casts its shadow and the boundaries between the worlds waver, Mosaic Art Collective unveils its evocative exhibition, “Nevermore.” Summoning artists from all corners, we tread the path where artistry mingles with the...


A&E week ahead: Mind-bending magic

10-10-2023 10:07 AM

Curated and endorsed by the celebrated duo, Penn & Teller, “The Foolers” is a new interactive live production that brings four of the world’s best illusionists together on stage for an interactive and irreverent evening of mind-bending magic.“The...


Homeyer: The importance of fall flowers

10-06-2023 4:00 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

Despite my best efforts to support monarch butterflies, this year was discouraging: I only saw two monarchs visit my gardens. I have a small bed just for milkweeds, both the common one and swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata). But no monarchs laid...


Muddy Ruckus performs live in concert at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage

10-03-2023 2:00 PM

Muddy Ruckus will be performing live in concert at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage in support of their new album “Vacationland.” Over a year in the making and hard-packed with 14 tracks, Muddy Ruckus’ 4th album “Vacationland” is a low-roar that’ll...


Olitski exhibit

10-03-2023 1:00 PM

Lauren Olitski is a painter, sculptor and writer, dividing her time between a summer cottage on a lake in New Hampshire, and her home in rural Vermont. She is known for her vigorous, often thickly impastoed, large-scale acrylic paintings. Working...


Things to see and do

10-03-2023 11:02 AM

Book Artist Demo What: NH Book artist and printmaker Erin Sweeney will be offering a free artist demo at Twiggs Gallery. Meet Erin and view her installation “The Things We Carry” in Twiggs Gallery’s current exhibit, “CUT IT OUT.” She will be...


Highly Seasoned Artists exhibit

10-03-2023 11:00 AM

The Highly Seasoned Artists will exhibit mixed media artworks at the Epsom Public Library Gallery from Sept. 30 through Nov. 11. Each member of the group responded to the theme ‘This Is Dedicated To . . .’ and created artworks centered on individually...


Interactive art gallery to open in Concord this weekend

09-29-2023 5:32 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A new art gallery and event space on North State Street will open near downtown Concord on Saturday featuring nature-themed displays from artists throughout the Northeast.The inaugural exhibition at PILLAR Gallery + Projects, titled “Flora & Fauna,”...


Homeyer: Sharpening pruners

09-29-2023 3:30 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

Fall is a good time to prune deciduous trees and shrubs. Once the leaves have dropped you can see the form – and the clutter – and decide what to take out. But before you begin, think about sharpening up your pruning tools, replacing blades, or buying...


Hermit Woods concerts raise money for Lakes Region Children’s Auction

09-26-2023 2:00 PM

On Sept. 28, experience an evening of exceptional music, delicious food, and fine wine in an intimate and relaxed setting while supporting one of the Lakes Region’s oldest and most important charities. Arrive early for a complimentary wine tasting...


Concord Theatre Day celebrates 90th anniversary of the opening of the former downtown movie theater.

09-26-2023 11:00 AM

Oct. 18 is “Concord Theatre Day” in celebration of the 90th anniversary of the opening of the former downtown movie theater. It showed its first film the evening of Oct. 18, 1933, and continued to offer an array of movie treats until September of...


Dramatic workshops

09-26-2023 10:00 AM

Join Pontine Artistic Co-Director, Marguerite Mathews, for a three-session workshop exploring dramatic expression through movement. No experience necessary. For those who perform onstage and/or offstage!Workshop sessions are offered on consecutive...


Things to see and do

09-26-2023 9:43 AM

Hand to God What: “Hand To God” A New American Play, produced by Actors Cooperative Theatre, will be presented at the Hatbox Theatre in Concord, NH for three weekends. This critically acclaimed play, written by Robert Askins is a bold and audacious...


NHTI to Screen Manhattan Short Film Festival for 20th Year

09-26-2023 9:17 AM

Film lovers will unite in more than 500 venues worldwide – including the NHTI campus – to view and judge the work of the next generation of filmmakers from around the world for the 26th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival taking place Sept. 29-Oct....


Carole’s Corner: Frantic cow and frantic farmer

09-23-2023 1:00 PM

By CAROLE SOULE

The big, shaggy Highland cow darted across Route 106 as I watched, stunned, on the roadside. Truck brakes screeched as the 16-wheeler slowed just enough for the cow to reach the roadside. It was 2009, and this was the second time within moments that...


Homeyer: Identifying invasives

09-22-2023 3:00 PM

By HENRY HOMEYER

I’m lucky. Unlike many houses built in the 1800s or early 1900s, mine had no invasive plants when I bought it in 1970, probably because it was built as a Creamery, or butter factory. Decorative plants were not needed. Most older houses are plagued...


Things to see and do

09-19-2023 2:00 PM

Egypt, a Cruise Down the Nile What: This cinematic study by award-winning filmmaker Marlin Darrah tells the story of Egypt and the Nile, taking you on a journey to the Pyramids of Giza and Sakkara, through the market streets of the city of Cairo, to...



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