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  • Lady Gaga shopping trip helps indie vendors
    Lady Gaga shopping spree scores big sales for indie vendors after $13k splurge
    A Lady Gaga shopping spree in Britain has people buzzing after she apparently spent around $13,000 in one excursion.The “Poker Face” singer is said to have hit the Afflecks Palace emporium earlier this week for some serious shopping....
  • Farm to school month
    Farm to school month: Manchester schools' ethnic food workshops
    October is National Farm to School month to help celebrate and encourage public schools to source foods and products for the National School Lunch Program from local farms. This includes in season fruits and vegetables, meats, breads and dairy...
  • Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester: creative design in downtown location
    Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester: creative design in downtown location
    Aside from its convenient location - right in the heart of the bustling downtown area, close to many tourist sites - the Radisson Blu Edwardian in Manchester, England, is adorned with a rich diversity of esoteric artworks.Walking around the ground...
  • Boutin Baby Mailer
    Boutin gets desperate and Cormier strikes back
    Yesterday yet another mailer hit NH Senate District 16 voters from incumbent Senator David Boutin. The mailer shows two babies and makes the claim they have been in the district longer than his primary opponent Jane Cormier. He then makes the...
  • Common Core
    Mayor Gatsas and school board vote for Common Core in Manchester
    Monday night was the Manchester School Board meeting in which the Curriculum and Instruction Committee’s vote to push Common Core in Manchester was considered. Several parents spoke during the public input session to explain why “new...
  • Storm Brewing
    There’s a storm brewing in Manchester and again Common Core is the epicenter
    As reported by Rich Girard on “Girard At Large” yesterday, the state battle over Common Core continues in Manchester. Since the Curriculum and Instruction Committee (C&I) decided to approve what they claim to be “better...
  • RTW event
    Right to Work event brings hope for “Worker Freedom” and prosperity in NH
    Today the Americans for Prosperity Foundationheld a luncheon to “Analyze the Effects of Right to Work Laws in New Hampshire.” The lunch was held at the Derryfield Restaurant after being moved from the Manchester Country Club due to the...
  • Common Core
    Why does Mayor Gatsas want to hurt Manchester children?
    Last night the Manchester Curriculum and Instruction Committee voted to pass the Manchester Academic Standards so they may be further voted on by the School Board. Unfortunately they have not allowed parents or experts like Sandra Stotsky the time...
  • Twisted Wheel split up
    Twisted Wheel call it quits
    Manchester indie band Twisted Wheel have broken up. The band announced their split via Twitter, with a message that reads “R.I.P. Twisted Wheel.” They only released two albums, 2009's “Twisted Wheel” and 2012's ...
  • Planned Parenthood's Vindictive Behavior
    Manchester Planned Parenthood assaults neighbors with illegal sign
    Last week Manchester resident Greg Salts posted a very informative video showing how SB 319 – the Buffer Zone bill – would affect the Manchester neighborhood in which he lives and shares with a Planned Parenthood clinic. The video is...
  • LENEVUE FOR THREE
    Three games, 180 minutes, 90 shots, and three goose eggs
    An all time team record and quite possibly a Hartford hockey record was set by Hartford Wolf Pack goaltender David LeNeveu. The Pack won 2-0 last night against a very good Manchester Monarch team. The shutout was the teams' third in as many...
  • Wolf Pack go down to Norfolk 1-0 in defensive struggle
    Wolf Pack head to Manchester after back to back home wins
    The Wolf Pack completed a home winning weekend defeating two Northeast Division opponents back to back. The Albany Devils came to the XL Center holding onto the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The Wolf Pack was just off a 6-2 dominant...
  • CALDER CUP IN HARTFORD
    Monarchs keep Wolf Pack in the Eastern Conference dungeon
    After an icy week in Hartford, a second storm hit much of the state on Saturday night bringing high winds and snow. Those elements led to tough driving conditions. However all of that wasn't enough to keep the 4,547 Hartford hockey fans from...
  • Brown’s Island Dam Walk
    Brown’s Island Dam Walk
    The City of Richmond has recently begun making plans to convert the dam linking Brown's Island to the south side of the James into a cross-river walkway.The walkway will be ten feet wide, and its route will include three new overlooks, in...
  • For men and Women
    K.M. Lowry; for elitist style at affordable prices!
    I don't decide to write reviews on e-commerce websites very often. When I do, it's because I am moved by both the products and the mission of a company. As-in, coming across K.M. Lowry's, a tailored-clothing company that sells...