New Hampshire State Entertainment & Arts

Planning board approves NHMS concert, Dollar General store 

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Planning board approves NHMS concert, Dollar General store 


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Announcements for Nov. 11, 2017

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Announcements for Nov. 11, 2017


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Concord Town Crier for Oct. 29, 2017

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Concord Town Crier for Oct. 29, 2017


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Speedway country music festival talks pushed back to November

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Speedway country music festival talks pushed back to November


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1 in 5 Granite Staters head elsewhere for a paycheck

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1 in 5 Granite Staters head elsewhere for a paycheck


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Currier opening Side Door Music Series

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Currier opening Side Door Music Series


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  • Music notes for Nov. 16, 2017
    Music notes for Nov. 16, 2017

    , concordmonitor.com

    Keene/Plymouth Grammy-winning duo visits Granite State “Echo in The Valley” is the name of a tour presented by Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, which will come to the Granite State this week. The duo won the 2016 Grammy award for best folk album. Fleck is a 16-time Grammy-award winner, considered the world’s premier banjo player. The pair toured the internationally together and are now touring the U
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Music

Artes

  • Ten Vermeers, but a whole world of Dutch art
    Ten Vermeers, but a whole world of Dutch art

    , concordmonitor.com

    By PHILIP KENNICOTT Washington Post In 1995, the National Gallery of Art opened an exhibition of works by Johannes Vermeer that attracted enormous crowds. Lines stretched around the block and people set up camp on the sidewalk in hopes of snagging timed-entry tickets. Despite two government shutdowns and a major blizzard, about 300,000 people came to see the gathering of 21 of the 35 extant works by the beloved Dutch painter
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Movies

  • Concord library adds digital service with music, movies, graphic novels
    Concord library adds digital service with music, movies, graphic novels

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    By DAVID BROOKS Monitor staff The Concord Public Library is adding a second service to stream and download digital items, a move to meet sharply increasing customer demand even as more than 90 percent of checkouts involve books, CDs and other physical items. The library now has incorporated Hoopla Digital to supplement the statewide New Hampshire Downloadable Books service operated by the firm OverDrive, which Concord used for close to a decade
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Festivals

Bands

  • Soundtrack to history
    Soundtrack to history

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    By LEAH WILLINGHAM Monitor staff Thirty years ago, Jason Fettig studied clarinet at Concord Community Music School. Now, he is the director of the President’s Own Marine Band, performing regularly at the White House for the president. The Marine Band is America’s oldest continuously-active professional musical organization. Founded in 1798, the band has performed for every U.S. president since John Adams
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Film

Plays

  • Next episode of 'Chaos & Kindness' airs Friday
    Next episode of 'Chaos & Kindness' airs Friday

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    New Hampshire-based band Recycled Percussion has a new episode of their show "Chaos & Kindness." This week, you'll see a lot of behind the scenes of their chaotic Las Vegas lifestyle before they come back to their home state to lift up one New Hampshire family and inspire others. “We've made a pledge to the Granite State that we would come back 12 times in 2017 and make a difference in individuals' lives and try to inspire people to really make a difference and that's exactly what we're doing,” founder Justin Spencer said
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