The Insiders: Is St. Paul’s a sovereign nation?
Concord Insider's Ben Conant and Keith Testa (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor staff)
Sometimes, it feels like St. Paul’s School is its own little sovereign nation up there on Pleasant Street. However, they have plenty of events on campus that are open to the public! One such event is tonight at 6:30 at the Hargate Art Gallery. It’s the opening of the latest exhibit from the talented Fine Arts faculty. Come see Charlie Lemay’s black and white photography and digital collage, Rebecca Soderberg’s ceramic work, Brian Shroyer’s drawings and Colin Callahan’s paintings. The opening is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hargate Art Gallery, 325 Pleasant St. If you miss the opening, the exhibit runs until May 11. For more information, call 229-4644.
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Elsewhere, the Centennial Senior Center’s open house runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today (254 N. State St.). Alaa Dharir, who was a student in Baghdad when U.S. forces invaded to overthrow Saddam Hussein, speaks at the NHTI Library at 7 p.m. (call 230-4028 for info). And New Hampshire Audubon presents “Wildlife in a Warming World” at the McLane Center (84 Silk Farm Road) at 7 p.m. (call 224-9909 for info).
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Finally, some corrections from some of last week’s columns. Theon Greyjoy is a character from Game of Thrones, not The Cosby Show as we reported last week. Also, Imagine Dragons is not just a great idea for a kid in art class with drawer’s block; in fact, it is some sort of indie band. And, the Insider did not “sweep the Pulitzers,” as we reported last week; in fact, they weren’t even announced until yesterday. There’s always next year! That’s it for this week; we’ll try to do better next week.
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