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5 DRAGONS LOUNGE: 28 Railroad Square. Saturdays: Karaoke, 9:30 p.m. 578-0702.

110 GRILL: 27 Trafalgar Square.

AGAVE AZUL: 94-96 Main St. Sundays: Karaoke. 943-7240.

BOSTON BILLIARD CLUB: 55 Northeastern Blvd. Mondays: Military Monday. Wednesdays: Wine Down Wednesdays (Ladies Night). Fridays: Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m., live music at 9 p.m....


A cappella concert brings smooth sounds to Nashua

NASHUA - At 2 p.m. Saturday, an cappella concert, "'Tis the Season," will be performed at the Nashua Senior Activity Center, 70 Temple St.

The current Harmony, Inc., international championship a cappella quartet, Taken 4 Granite, will be the guest stars at the holiday concert presented by the Nashua-based women's chorus, New England Voices in...


More than 250 South students to perform concerts

EDITOR'S NOTE: After press time, the decision was made to indeed move the concerts to the noted snow dates, at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 19 and 20. For more information, contact Adam Boroskas at NHSS at 589-8534 or by email at

NASHUA - At 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m....


Leonard Cohen: Dark poet of love, desperation, solitude

The enigmatic Canadian singer-songwriter, novelist and poet extraordinaire, Leonard Cohen, has died at 82 years old. His passing has left a large rip in the fabric of a world that too often fails to appreciate true talent until it has slipped through its collective hands.

Cohen possessed true talent that, although it was often captured...


Peak performance; Scale the heights of Currier Museum’s majestic Mount Washington exhibit

At 6,288 feet, New Hampshire's Mount Washington is the tallest peak in the northeast, drawing hikers, climbers, adventurers and scientists alike to visit its unique environment. For more than two centuries, it has captured the imagination of America and the world.

"Mount Washington: The Crown of New England" - on view at the Currier Museum...


Calendar marks passage of time in a new way this year

I'll never forget the first day we met.

God, I was so scared. So nervous. I really had no idea what I was doing, and I wondered what he would think of me. Then I opened the door and there he was, with a big grin that somehow immediately put me at ease. He winked...


Keep holiday traditions alive sans sacrificing healthy eating

Growing up, family traditions were incredibly important, especially around the holidays. Many of those traditions - as in many families, I imagine -- revolved around food.

We maintain many of these tradition still today, despite the fact my brothers and I are all in our 20s. It starts with picking out our own (real!) Christmas...


Upscale new seasonal menu at LaBelle Winery Bistro

AMHERST - The restaurant at LaBelle Winery, 345 Rte. 101, has announced a new seasonal menu.

Edward Ceccherini, Executive Chef at The Bistro at LaBelle Winery, has developed a fall/winter menu featuring a selection of upscale classic French bistro and American dishes, created in large part using locally grown and sourced products.

The new...


Flakes are finally falling; December holidays are calling

Well, it finally snowed! I guess we couldn't hold out forever.

I had fun guest-judging the gingerbread house contestants at the Nashua Senior Activity Center on Saturday. That's one of the lavish winners on the cover; see more online at the Encore Facebook page.

Speaking of sweet architecture, Frederick's Pastry has their annual gingerbread...


Road trip comedy has holiday-tinged fun for everyone

Luckily for this arts and entertainment writer, this is not a play about baseball.

"Going to See the Kid," the latest offering at Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell, Mass., is technically about doing just that - two Boston Globe writers taking the Fenway-to-Florida drive to interview baseball great Ted Williams in 2001. But it's less...


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