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A Night At The Music Hall

When public transportation was scarce and power sources were living, every city worth mentioning had its own theater. The locals needed to be entertained, whether by music or by play, and the city theater was the place. Until transportation and the highway system drove a change to this approach, it worked just fine for entertainment […]

Our participants accepting the Spirit of NH Volunteer Service Award in Concord.

Good Echoes Through the Community at the Echo Thrift Shop

Two and a half years ago, I took a job with Friends in Action (FIA), a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of people with developmental disabilities by creating inclusive social and recreational opportunities. My job was to help Friends in Action staff manage their burgeoning partnership with the Echo Thrift Shop. […]

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The Old Beach Highway

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that the world has changed around you. Either the changes are incremental enough or natural enough that it’s hard to say what it used to be before. And it’s only in conversation and reflection that we recall how things used to be. I stumbled into this trap on the way […]