The Insiders: Get an early start on your Market Days music fix
As you may have learned in yesterday’s glossy new edition of the Insider (actual gloss levels may vary), Market Days is right around the corner. Depending on what street you live on, that statement could be downright factual in a matter of hours! Either way, why not get the party started a little bit early?
The celebration of local music is one of the major draws to Market Days, and Penuche’s Ale House is tapped into the local music scene like few others – so it only makes sense it would host an official Market Days music pre-party tonight at 9, when regional faves Lamont Smooth return to the Penuche’s stage for a show being dubbed on Facebook as The Full Lamonty. Hazard your own guess as to how the title was derived, but we’re keeping this column PG and assuming it was simple pun access. The only way to get an official answer is to stick around to the end, though.
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If you are looking for an event with fewer veiled references to nudity, tonight is the Poetry Society of New Hampshire’s monthly meeting at Gibson’s Bookstore, featuring Glenn Currie and Ivy Page and an open mic session. Currie was a regular contributor to the Monitor for a long time and boasts among his employment record the following tantalizing credentials: Little League manager, paper boy and door-to-door candy salesman. Doors open at 7 p.m., with the open mic portion of the evening following readings by Currie and Page.
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