AMC Entertainment Holdings, the largest U.S. theater chain, said on Monday it expects to reopen about a dozen locations in New York state starting Oct. 23 and plans to have more than 530 theaters open in the country by the end of the month.
If there is one positive to come out of the postponement of the Buffalo Bills-Kansas City game from Thursday Night Football, it is that it frees Western New York viewers to watch the premiere of “A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote” on HBO Max.
I n a year of sometimes scary uncertainty, COVID-19 fears have chased zombies from downtown Rochester, demented clowns from Canobie Lake Park’s Screeemfest in Salem and ghosts from Portsmouth’s Strawbery Banke Museum.
CONCORD — Operators of live music, theater and sporting venues that are closed or face mounting losses due to COVID-19 can now apply for a new $12 million state aid program created with federal money, Gov. Chris Sununu announced Monday.
In a world of pandemic-fueled uncertainty, two things are a given this fall: New Hampshire’s foliage will change, quite possibly in exquisitely colorful ways, and people will come here to see that transformation.
This year, perhaps as never before, our reading habits reflect our precarious reality. As the country has muddled through a deadly pandemic and a racial reckoning under a cloud of exhaustion and dread, we’ve used books to escape the present, inform our beliefs and educate our homebound child…
E arlier this week a section of Hampton Beach looked like an archaeological dig, with a group of people intently coaxing figures and shapes from 100 tons of sand. But this was no ancient world being discovered.
Early in this strange new reality, back when an end date still seemed to be in sight, many of us reached the same realization: Oh, there’s going to be art about this moment. Poems, paintings, music, literature and, once people figured out how to work safely with others, a deluge of films and…