The Barking Tomato

Lessons & Confessions of a Tomato Convert

Monday, September 28, 2015 Carolyn Choate 0
I have four shelves of proof of my tomato bumper crop – waxed paper quart containers, freezer bags, and plastic tubs – that will be gone by January. (If not sooner.) Roasted Tomato Rustic Sauce, whose ridiculously easy recipe from Stonewall Kitchen, I thank God for – and share with you here. READ MORE
The Arts

‘Flatpacking Santorini’: One-woman photo exhibit exploring Greece, post-double mastectomy

Sunday, September 20, 2015 Carolyn Choate 0
On Saturday, October 3, 2015, St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church, 500 W. Hollis Street, Nashua, will hold its third annual Taverna Night of live Greek music, dancing, and mezzethakia – traditional finger foods, desserts, and cash bar – from 7 to 11 p.m. with a little extra “Opa!” on the side courtesy of Nashua resident, Carolyn Choate, who will present her first-ever photo exhibit, “Flatpacking Santorini,” during the festive evening. READ MORE
The Arts

Ooo-wee-ooo, he looks just like Buddy Holly: Make a musical memory at the Palace

Friday, September 18, 2015 Carol Robidoux 0
You don’t have to remember listening to “Peggy Sue” on your transistor radio to appreciate the contribution made to rock music by Buddy Holly. In fact, even if you only know the name because it’s a popular lyric in that Weezer song (ooh-wee-ooh I look just like Buddy Holly, oh-oh, and you’re Mary Tyler Moore…), you will absolutely appreciate the The Palace Theatre’s musical tribute to the bespectacled crooner, who left an indelible mark on popular music. READ MORE