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NH Attractions

Arts & Entertainment  Music

Cher cancels rest of tour, including Manchester date

In a statement, the musician said an infection that affects her kidney function requires more rest for a full recovery.

A girl arrives for an annual visit with her grandparents, but things have changed. Her grandfather has a marvelous tale to tell, one that explains why her grandmother is absent.

Dana Center is 'Walking the Tightrope'

Los Angeles' 24th Street Theatre balances acting with lighting and stagecraft in “Walking the Tightrope” at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Friday at the Dana Center for the Humanities at Saint Anselm College.

Southern New Hampshire University's McIninch Art Gallery in Manchester today unveils an exhibit by Maine artist Kim Bernard.

Whimsy, physics unite in 'Objects in Motion'

Ani DiFranco: The folk singer and songwriter  whose career includes more than 20 albums and work with artists including Pete Seger, Prince, Bruce Springsteen and Cyndi Lauper, will play the Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 S. Main St., Concord, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

Ani DiFranco to perform at the Capitol Center

Sheila Lamb and Carlo Travaglia team with daughter Maya Travaglia during a Salmon Falls Mills open house at 1 Front St., Rollinsford, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Salmon Falls to show off artists' work

Fred Moyer Jazz Trio to play Wolfeboro Friends of Music show

Community members, Colby-Sawyer students sign on for holiday concert

Travel & Leisure

Thanksgiving travel to hit highest level since ‘07

The number of people taking trips of more than 49 miles will total 46.3 million, the most for the Nov. 27 holiday since 2007 and a 4.2 percent increase from a year ago,

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Top New Hampshire News

U.S. President Barack Obama announces executive actions on U.S. immigration policy during a nationally televised address from the White House in Washington.

Obama to illegals: Come out of shadows


With 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States, Obama's plan would let some 4.4 million who are parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents remain in the United States temporarily, without the threat of deportation. He said the plan would not apply to future illegal immigrants or those who recently crossed the border illegally.


NH's fishing industry staggered

When the New England Fishery Management Council meets this week in Rhode Island, members hope to finalize a plan to rescue both an iconic species - Gulf of Maine cod - and those whose livelihoods have depended on it.

Freedom and glaciers, and getting their deer

On Wednesday, I made the three-hour trip to Manchester for a gathering at the Radisson to honor the memory of James Foley, killed at the hands of fanatics. It figured to be a gathering of the clan of press people and media people and all who hold freedom of expression dear, and it was.

A spider that has taken up residence at the home of Nature Talks author Cheryl Kimball catches a stink bug in its web.

The spider and the stink bug

It can be a little embarrassing after visitors leave our house and I notice, say, the giant spider web in the spare bathroom window. They must think that I (unlike spiders ironically) am very untidy.

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Dining & Food

Great barbecue, and plenty of it

Lather up for some great barbecue by the Riverside in Nashua

Brews for the cold that’s on its way

A colder-weather sampling of beers and wines

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Life & Culture

The theme of this season's 63rd annual Concord parade is 'Christmas on the Farm.'

Concord marches into Christmas season with Saturday's festivities

The 63rd annual Concord Christmas Parade will step off at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, on the Concord Heights.


NH People

Longtime Concord Christmas Parade chairman Dick Patten poses with his heir-apparent, parade co-chairman James Cusano.

Concord Christmas Parade organizer training his successor

Dick Patten has been organizing Concord's Christmas Parade for 43 years and he's carefully training a successor to keep up the quality and magic.

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