BELMONT — Music Choice and MetroCast Communications announced today that Music Choice Play—the first 24/7 interactive linear music video network that puts the viewers in control — has launched to MetroCast Digital Expanded Basic subscribers in New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Alabama and Mississippi, where available.
Music Choice Play is a music video, lifestyle and entertainment network for Millennials, offering them a unique live television and social media experience. Viewers interact with Music Choice Play through Twitter by voting for what videos get played and tweeting live with their favorite artists on shows like You & A. The network features full screen music videos from today's hottest artists like Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Macklemore, P!nk, One Direction and Justin Timberlake. Additional shows The In Crowd and Ultimate Guest List offer viewers more chances to be on TV as they introduce videos and "co-host" shows with their favorite artists.
"MetroCast is pleased to provide our customers with fresh, engaging content through Music Choice Play," said MetroCast's Senior Vice President of Programming, Linda Stuchell-Leibert. "The network adds real value to our customers' video subscription, while providing opportunities for interaction through social media and convenient viewing options across multiple platforms."
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 10:23
MEREDITH — The Meredith Public Library will welcome President Lincoln on Tuesday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m.
Abraham Lincoln, portrayed by Steve Wood, begins this program by recounting his early life and ends with a reading of the "Gettysburg Address". Along the way he comments on the debates with Stephen Douglas, his run for the presidency, and the Civil War.
The program is paid for by a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council and by the Friends of the Meredith Library. It is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 10:12
PLYMOUTH — People who are thinking about downsizing are often shocked at the amount of possessions they've managed to collect over the years. They may be interested in making a move, but look at everything in their garage, basement or attic and wonder, "What on earth are we going to do with all this stuff?"
Taylor Community is sponsoring a seminar to provide invaluable advice to help in downsizing from start to finish. This free seminar will be held Friday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. at the Pease Library, 1 Russell St., Plymouth.
The presentation will include helpful, professional advice from a senior move manager; options for disposing of unwanted items and words of wisdom from people who have successfully managed a move.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 10:10
MEREDITH — The Mary Butler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met for their annual Christmas luncheon on December 9. This was the last meeting of 2013 and was held at The Meredith Bay Colony Club.
The highlight of the meeting was the presentation of the Chapter’s prestigious Community Service Award to longtime DAR member Mildred “Millie” Shaw. The Community Service Award is given by DAR to honor and recognize exceptional individuals for their many exemplary and unpaid volunteer accomplishments. Millie’s 60 years of service to the town of Sanbornton and the Sanbornton area has also been recognized by the Sanbornton Historical Society and the Masons of Doric- Centre Lodge 20 in Tilton.
In addition to Millie’s many volunteer public service activities the Sanbornton Historical Society has recognized Millie’s efforts for “assisting others in finding their historical roots and their place in history. She is preserving history for all future generations.” The Doric-Centre Masonic Lodge gave Millie the 2012 Community Builder Award which is the lodge’s highest award. Woodbury Fogg, Worshipful Master of the Lodge, has said that Millie “has helped to build a sense of civic pride and community identity in her town. She has truly been a builder of organizations, landmarks, and a sense of community.”
The Mary Butler Chapter of DAR gained nine new membersin 2013, one of which is a Junior Member. Mary Flaherty is now the chapter Registrar, replacing Marian Ekholm who has retired from that position after many years.
The next meeting of the Mary Butler Chapter of DAR will be Monday, March 17. This will be the yearly Potluck Luncheon at noon at the Laconia Congregational Church. Visitors and perspective members are welcome at meetings. For more information contact Mary Flaherty at 603-524-0723.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 January 2014 09:58
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