Katie McQuaid - Scene in Manchester
If you are one of those annoying people, like me, who starts playing Christmas music and burning pine-scented candles the day after Halloween then you should stop into the Palace Theatre A.S.A.P. 0
There is a Veterans Day parade on Elm Street this morning, Nov. 11, at 10:30 a.m. I know this because I got a Nixle text alert from the Manchester Police Department about it on my mobile phone this... 0
“Our goal is to clean up the campus and then add to the green spaces that we have,” said Manchester High School Central junior Maxwell Nakos. 0
Author Josh Judge describes “Be Nice to the Weather Guy — A New England Christmas Story” as “a mash-up of “'Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dr. Seuss. 0
Stan Garrity's historical running tours and scavenger hunts attract both history-challenged locals like me and newcomers who want to learn more about the city. 0
Manchester Connects' The Loop is a pathway marked by “M's” to help walkers navigate between Elm Street and the Millyard as they encounter historical sites, arts and culture. 0
There is a new art gallery on Hanover Street. No, you are not re-reading last week's Scene in Manchester column, where I wrote about the new Hanover Street art gallery space called Jupiter Hall. 0
Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard is a great face for local law enforcement — both with and without a goatee. 0
The once abstract “Gaslight District” is now a legitimate Manchester locale, with a beautiful new archway across Depot Street proclaiming the official designation for all to see. 0
THE STORY OF of addiction will be told through fashion at next month's 'A Walk out of the Woods' fashion event and fundraiser to benefit HOPE for NH Recovery. 0
You're not just “C”-ing things. 0
Two Manchester women who know a thing or two about the stress of parenting want to teach their fellow females about what chronic stress can do to their bodies, and ways to combat it. 0
Ten puppies interacted with patrons at a Hanover restaurant; one later tested positive for a bacterial infection that can spread to humans.
Throughout the offseason, the Bow High School football coaches kept repeating two words to their players: 16 seconds.
Ara Nazarian thought his shot was destined for the back of the net. Instead, the puck ended up in the glove of Boston College goaltender Joseph Woll.
When Manchester West cross country coach Leo Ducharme watched Julia Robitaille cross the finish line at the New England Cross Country Championships...
Soon we will be going over the hills and through the woods to grandmother's house, or at the very least singing that song. But let's not get ahead of ourselves, there's still time to talk turkey.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m.
Saturday, 7 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m.
Saturday, 8 p.m. (Colonial Theatre)
Sunday, 6:30 p.m. (The Flying Monkey)
Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
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