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BARNARD — The Thursday Night Music Series will go on in Barnard this summer, though — like most things during the coronavirus pandemic — it’ll be a...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Since 2015, when Northern Stage moved out, the Briggs Opera House has hosted a variety of performances — dance company...

HANOVER — Once she folded her first origami frog in kindergarten, Sophie Usherwood was hooked.“I like how you don’t need any tools. You just need...

STRAFFORD — Originally, Quinn Thomashow had planned to screen her senior thesis film inside a wooden car she was making.But the Strafford native...

CORNISH — Summer concerts and exhibitions at the Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park were canceled Friday because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The...

HANOVER — The Hopkins Center for the Arts is going virtual.Beginning this week, the nonprofit organization has started hosting online events...

LEBANON — Patricia Norton, who founded the Juneberry community choir group which is made up more than 70 singers throughout the Upper Valley and is...

ENFIELD — When I told my partner I was writing a column about a contest that asks people to come up with the worst first line of a play and would...

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