Oct. 17-25: 16th ArtWeek Nashua 2020, 7th Annual Meri Goyette Arts Awards to be televised

City Arts Nashua, in collaboration with Access Nashua, have recreated ArtWeek Nashua 2020 to be a weeklong televised event. Viewers can tune in via, or Nashua Community Television Channel 96, as well as, City Arts Nashua’s social media pages and City Arts Nashua’s YouTube channel throughout the week of October 17-25. READ MORE

Poets on the Loose, Round 4: ‘Rhythm Without Melody,’ a poetic encore by singer-songwriter Jen Whit

At least that’s the case with Jen Whit, a dearly missed singer/songwriter from Canterbury, who, for a number of years, could be seen in the bars and clubs on the regular, mesmerizing us with her voice and wonderful guitar playing.  Whit was legit.  A goddess when it comes to singing, someone who could vibe with all kinds of music – rock, ’90s pop, folk, country. READ MORE
Around Town

River at risk: Forest Society film explores vital need for Merrimack River conservation

Formed by the marriage of the mountain water of the Pemigewasset and the lake water of the Winnipesaukee Rivers, the Merrimack River winds its way 117 miles into Southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts and out into the Gulf of Maine. It is the fourth largest watershed in New England and covers more than 5,000 square miles of land that drains into the Merrimack River and its tributaries. Along the way it runs through the center of Manchester like an artery. READ MORE