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WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A village has lost its folk hero.For the past five years, Micah Porter had been an unofficial symbol in downtown White River...

1/11/20

Goodbye, Fright Night. Hello, Fright Nights.As even a short Upper Valley tour of residential Halloween displays reveals, our culture loves to...

How does the saying go? Oh, yeah: Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.So take the promos for the annual Fools Ball with a grain...

Gory Daze a Frightening Success

11/3/18

O, how Lincoln Galenski loves to be in that number, when the saints go marchin’ into the streets of downtown White River Junction with an entourage...

The White River Indie Festival returns next weekend on the theme of “Out of Our Minds.” For several of the Upper Valley and Twin State filmmakers...

Zach Niles and Nico Muhly return to their native Upper Valley on Friday night, bearing gifts of music.At the Barrette Center in White River...

The Main Street Museum in White River Junction will have an opening reception Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. for the exhibition of “Death by A Million...

One of the first sculptures you see when you walk into the multimedia exhibition “Theoretical Clothing and The Shape of Being” at the Main Street...

In 1992, when David Fairbanks Ford opened the doors of the Main Street Museum in the Lena’s Lunch building in White River Junction, he had an...

What if your daily scribblings, drawings or musings, the kinds of stray thoughts that chase across your brain, were exhibited for all to see? What...



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