Byline: By KELLY SENNOTT

Chicken wire. Glass. Spray paint. Fabric. Acorns.The Concord Garden Club’s floral arrangements, part of the 20th annual “Art & Bloom...

First and foremost, Bradford artist and printmaker J. Ann Eldridge is a storyteller.Her subjects? Bugs. Rocks. Moles. The outdoors in general...

For Melissa McKeagney, there’s nothing like creating art and putting it on repeat.The Wilmot resident has been a textile artist for fifteen years...

When Warner bladesmith Zack Jonas joined the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in 2012, he was the only person selling knives at the Sunapee fair...

For Concord’s theater scene, 2022 was far from normal but for most local companies, it was a little more normal than the last couple of years.In...

Winter in New Hampshire isn’t what it used to be.At least, that’s what Walpole filmmaker Gabriel Andrus’s grandfather has been telling him via the...

The idea for Safe Haven Ballet came to its founder Lissa Curtis in a dream.In it, Curtis saw a brick building with white columns. Running across...

A hundred years ago, Symphony NH performed its very first concert.To say it’s been through a lot since then is an understatement. A depression, a...

Two years ago, Christa Zuber, owner of The Place Studio and Gallery, closed her in-person downtown Concord arts business, unable to keep it afloat...

It’s more expensive to restore and maintain a covered bridge than to replace it with a steel or concrete structure. And yet, New Hampshire is still...

Human connection is the key element to Lauren Karjala’s paintings.Sometimes it’s a connection with a roommate or a dear friend; this summer, it was...

Every other week, married couple Kevin Flynn and Rebecca Lavoie gather in their basement closet studio, affectionately named Studio C, to talk in...

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