Katie McQuaid - Scene in Manchester
I am pretty sure Bark City is what proponents of a real Manchester dog park picture in their dreams. 0
A chef once told Manchester's newest restaurateur, Andrew Thistle, "if we only cooked the food that we wanted, we'd be in a dining room eating alone." 0
Having a hobby is great. Finding a friend who likes it as much as you do is better. Turning it into a business is a dream. 0
Fans of HGTV shows like Fixer Upper will want to check out AR Workshop when it opens on the ground floor of the former Citizen's Bank building at 875 Elm St. next month. 0
Last week's abrupt closing of Not So Plain Jane's shocked and confused many people. More than a few Manchester natives remember it as the first high-end salon in Manchester. 0
Who is the first Irishman to come out in spring? 0
It's a foodie edition of the Scene with a variety of events and dining recommendations sure to keep your body's natural insulation intact through the remaining weeks of winter. 0
It sounds like a story right out of Hollywood, and on Tuesday, Feb. 27 it will be, when Riley Crowder's story is featured on an episode of Lifetime network's “This Time Next Year.” 0
Retired New Hampshire National Guard Col. Jim Moody spent 31 years in the Guard. That's a lot of time in fatigues. 0
A program at the Currier Museum of Art designed to support parents who have children suffering from a substance abuse disorder starts Monday, Feb. 5. It's free, and open to the public. 0
With all this ice and illness taking over the city, The Scene thinks we could all use a laugh. Here are some options. 0
We are in the midst of some major renovations here at the New Hampshire Union Leader offices, which have required us to go through old newspapers and other stuff we've been hoarding for more than a... 0
As a faithful recycler, you're feeling virtuous, even a bit smug, this Earth Day. But the recycling industry is in trouble - and you might be part of...
Welcome to the World of Retail 2018.
Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky, D-Concord, called the allegation "ridiculous."
Dennis Hogan seeks to highlight the difficulty of retaining staff amid the heavy caseloads of one of the busiest prosecutorial offices in the state.
Will spring ever arrive? We're not so sure at this point, but we're going to try to make the best of it, considering it's spring school vacation in the Granite State. Hit the road and shake away the...
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