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With temperature dropping into the teens and even single digits, it is time for some rib-sticking comfort food. I’m going to take a new approach this week, and find some easy solutions to cold-weather cooking. Normally, I’m a “from scratch” cook, but due to a recent fall which resulted in th…

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PLYMOUTH — Celebrating its 25th year of staging innovative, entertaining theatrical productions, the Educational Theatre Collaborative at Plymouth State University will present 'The Little Mermaid' Jan. 23-27, at the Silver Center for the Arts.

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WOLFEBORO — The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service recently launched  a national tour of the exhibition 'Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II.' Opening at the Arizona Capitol Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 26, the exhibition will travel to the Wright Muse…

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One of the books on my shelf is a worn and faded copy of Folk Stories & Fables, selected and arranged by Eva March Tappan and published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company in 1907. The book belongs to my mother and in her beautifully written script her name appears on one of the endpapers i…

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ALTON — One of the Lakes Region’s more iconic restaurant buildings is back in business after sitting vacant for a few years. The Lodge at Smith Point opened last week, in the West Alton building that was home to the William Tell for many years.

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CONCORD — The award-winning New York City-based tap dance company Dorrance Dance will perform at the Capitol Center for the Arts on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m. The performance is part of the free 2018-19 William H. Gile Concert Series.

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WOLFEBORO — World-renowned organist Maestro Hector Olivera will return to Wolfeboro on Sunday, Jan. 13, after two wildly popular appearances in 2014 and 2016, presenting a concert at the First Congregational Church, 115 S. Main Street, at 2 p.m.