In its decision, the court wrote, “Whether the supervisors’ inaction in response to Detective Horn’s text constitutes acceptance or tacit support of racist or ‘grossly inappropriate and racially insensitive’ behavior, or is emblematic of systemic racism within the Manchester Police Department, is a matter fit for public discourse.” READ MORE
Manchester Proud is seeking to hire a Communications Coordinator to co-develop, manage, and implement its community communications plan. The Communications Coordinator is a new part-time position, reporting to Manchester Proud’s Volunteer Coordinator and Community Partnerships Coordinator. READ MORE
How exactly is a person supposed to live with integrity in such trying times? More importantly, is Edward Snowden single? Director Tyler Christie and his expert cast of New York actors tackle these questions and more in their production of Kate Cortesi’s hilarious and thought-provoking play, “Is Edward Snowden Single?” at The Players’ Ring Theatre now through Jan. 29. READ MORE
The Granite YMCA was recently awarded $1 Million Dollars in grant funding by Hillsborough County. The award is part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding from which the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners has approved $12,419,645 to area non-profits. READ MORE
“We are thrilled to be hosting Richard Haynes, one of New Hampshire’s most beloved living artists,” said Bruce McColl, director of engagement at the Currier Museum. “Richard’s creative and uplifting spirit will surely bring us all together. And to make this an even more memorable day, our generous sponsors and friends at Citizens will also be joining the celebration.” READ MORE
Tulip Hospitality owner and operator Tom Puskarich’s latest venture has a new name and new look. Formerly known as Café at Bookery, the rebranded Cat Alley Cafe inside the downtown bookstore is inspired by Brooke Van Gurp, Cat Alley muralist and longtime employee of Restoration Café – and now operations manager at Cat Alley Cafe. READ MORE
Interfaith Women of New Hampshire is pleased to invite you to a hybrid program presented in-person and streamed on Facebook Live. ‘Moving Darkness into Light’ offers our traditional focus on how our different faiths focus on importance of light during the darker parts of the year.
Resolving to improve your communications or First Amendment knowledge for 2023? Registration is now open for online winter classes at Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. Sign up and commit to learning a new skill in the New Year. Classes are free and open to all. Winter classes are taught online and require pre-registration. Dates and times vary. You can learn more about all the class offerings, and register, at loebschool.org. READ MORE