NASHUA — The Nashua Public Library will host a Spring Book Retreat from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 8, to talk about “The Remains of the Day,” watch the film inspired by the book and then compare the two.
CONCORD — John Cusack, who has been chatting with audiences across the country about some of his signature movie roles, is headed to the Capitol Center for the Arts for a screening of his break-out role in 1989’s “Say Anything” and a Q&A with fans.
He was charged by a herd of 200 elephants, escaping only with the help of a flatbed truck, and was once knocked unconscious by a surly chimpanzee named Mr. Moke, who punched him "square between the eyes."
PITTSFIELD — “Mama Won’t Fly” is a race against the clock that begins when Savannah Sprunt Fairchild Honeycutt agrees to get her feisty mother all the way from Alabama to California in time for her brother’s wedding.
PORTSMOUTH -- The Mad Men of Oopsy Daisy, the creative duo known for their edgy productions of musicals and "Red Light" adult events at the Seacoast Repertory Theater, are taking a new "hyper-realistic" tack for their latest main stage play, the beloved dramatic comedy "Steel Magnolias."
Free Comic Book Day will have fans lining up outside comic book stores here in New Hampshire — and across the world — on Saturday to nab the latest adventures from big publishers like DC, Marvel and Dark Horse.
LEBANON — City Center Ballet celebrates 20 years of dance with Jennifer Henderon’s classical staging of Harald Lander’s “Etudes” and the premiere of contemporary dances created by emerging New York City choreographers.
Baseball has inspired some of the best writing about sports. Think “Ball Four,” by Jim Bouton, “Moneyball,” by Michael Lewis, “The Boys of Summer,” by Roger Kahn, or Bernard Malamud’s classic, “The Natural.” This year’s crop of baseball books covers a wide swath — memoir, biography, history …
KEENE -- When Steve Young first came across an vinyl recording for a Broadway-style musical about General Electric’s power industry, he didn’t know what started out as a gag for David Letterman’s talk show would end up changing his life.