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While many theatregoers were happy to return to live theatre when the Winnipesaukee Playhouse presented a small, socially distanced season in early...

The boy (steers) are back in town


My older Scottish Highlander steers (I like to call them The Boys) are finally back at the farm after spending most of the summer at Ty Miller’s...

Hollowed out trees offer a second life


I can’t seem to pass a hollow tree without stopping to snoop. If there is a cavity within reach, an investigation is in order. Wear and tear around...

Wisdom and humor from a Vt. doctor


Many of us who decided to become doctors back in the 1960s and 1970s were inspired by the earliest wave of black-and-white television shows that...

In July 1969, in a bar with a black and white television, Bob Thompson watched Apollo 11 land on the moon. One of 25,000 workers at a North...

Ian Rankin’s best-known character, John Rebus, typically resides in the dark world of the human soul and things are no different in A Song for the...

After publishing four novels to great acclaim, Nicole Krauss has come out with her first collection of short fiction, To Be a Man, and the results...

Gregory Maguire still has the magic touch.He enchanted the world with Wicked, his novel about a soulful young witch, a book that turned into a hit...

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