The site was occupied in the past by the Winnipesaukee subtribe of the Pennacook people, and is near Aquadoctan (aka The Weirs), one of the largest...
Here’s what Granite State box offices are buzzing about this week.
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Feb 22, 2017
The Hatbox Theatre, 270 Loudon Road, presents the premiere of “Ray Of Light,” an original one-woman show by New Hampshire playwright G.
Crafting a bit of creative experimentation, Southern New Hampshire University is turning over its McIninch Art Gallery in Robert Frost Hall to...
Carpe Diem Inc. presents Seacoast showman George Hosker-Bouley’s new comedy “Not Last Night ... but the night before!” at 8 p.m.
We've talked before about the different kinds of Belgian ales: dubbels, tripels, and the heaviest of all, the quadrupels. The Quads are big and dark.
If you've shopped for pasta at the grocery store recently, you've probably noticed the extraordinary increase in the variety on the shelves.
Matbah: Mediterranean in Manchester
Dim sum, for a different kind of Sunday brunch
Tracing the deep roots of Valpolicella
Get a bit of the glamour of cinema’s big night on Granite State red carpets on Sunday.
Want to warm up this Saturday? Then head to the Palace Theatre in Manchester, where the Montreal-based Boogie Wonder Band will be performing music as hot as a disco inferno.
Brad Shur, from the Boston-based Puppet Showplace Theater, and Rhode Island-based musician Chris Monti have a knack for crafting tall tales.
They're creepy and they're kooky, and they're coming to the Hieber Theater at Goffstown High School, 27 Wallace St.
NHSCOT puts its back into a screening of “Stoneland,” a Rogue Fitness film about the history and lore surrounding the Scottish custom of lifting and throwing heavy stones, on Sunday...
Folk-rock troubadour Jonathan Edwards, indelibly tied to his 1971 hit “Sunshine (Go Away),” will play The Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center, 39 Main St., at 7:30 p.m.
Darlings of the Canadian music scene, Dala Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine — known as Dala — are best friends who met in a high school music class in 2002.
Joan Osborne, indelibly tied to her international smash “One of Us” off her debut major label album “Relish” in 1995, will play Tupelo Music Hall's new location at 10 A St.,...
The Rochester Opera House, located inside City Hall, 31 Wakefield St., presents a “Memories of Patsy Cline” Tribute Concert at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Country's multi-platinum-selling Lady Antebellum returns to the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion with its You Look Good Tour Sunday, July 23.
Bella's Bartok, a six-person klezmer, circus-punk and Bohemian-folk band, may be hard to define, but you don't need an interpreter to have a good time.
Dartmouth Department of Theatre serves up a send-up of greed, political movements, love and musicals in a future where water is worth its weight in gold.
Generic Theater marks its 35th anniversary with Paul Osborn’s gentle comedy “Morning’s at Seven” at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy St.
Tenor saxophonist, singer, composer and band leader Maceo Parker and his Legendary Funk Band will play the Dana Center for the Humanities at St. Anselm College at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman Tour makes a stop at the SNHU Arena, 555 Elm St., at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Enter to win a family four-pack of (4) tickets to see Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord on May 10, 2017. Get ready for the ultimate playdate – 65 million...
Mont Vernon native Alex Preston, the 23-year-old singer and songwriter who finished third in “American Idol's” 13th season in 2014, is back in his home state this weekend for a trio of...
Although a native of British Columbia, Canada — Chilliwack to be exact — Bria Skonberg will return home in a sense when she performs at Pinkerton Academy’s Stockbridge Theatre in...
Bryan Adams, heading out behind his 13th album, “Get Up,” will play the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford Saturday, June 17.
A band with Goffstown roots got to play a huge stage on Sunday. Recycled Percussion played at the Super Bowl pre-concert in Houston.
Sometimes an idea comes in a flash of light, but in the case of the recently revealed installation...
Two contemporary exhibitions opening Saturday at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester are an...
Hardy, adventurous New Englanders are invited to Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm’s...
Before television, when most films were still black and white, the Sunday comics were an oasis of...
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