I heard the news today: HOPE stays vigilant fighting the good fight, despite lack of funding

by Holly Cekala in News 0

Never mind we are in the biggest health epidemic since the AIDS crisis, and have lost more people to addiction than to the Vietnam War. For the moment, we will just overlook that fact and take the lead from those who had no comment or solution to offer following HOPE’s announcement. What we heard was nothing but “crickets” from our political leaders on this matter. That is eye-opening to some, and validates what many of us in the recovery trenches have been saying for too long. READ MORE

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Pink Ladies mix it up with T-Birds at The Palace for a timeless musical teen love story

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 0

When the musical “Grease” first hit the stage 47 years ago, it set off a cross-cultural revival of the style and sensibilities of the 1950s, and brought the characters of Rydell High to life. Today it remains one of the most endearing stage shows of modern theatrical times – likely due to the enduring themes of peer pressure, politics, personal core values, and love. READ MORE

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Obstacles and overtures: The unsinkable Mark Schoenfeld

Saturday, February 17, 2018 0

Broadway producers Mark Schoenfeld and Scott Prisand are creating a reality show with Alim Yai, sister of the supermodel sensation Anok Yai, who skyrocketed to fame and an international modeling career after her Instagram photos went viral in 2017. The reality show focuses on the six-sibling Sudanese family, which was transplanted to NH. READ MORE

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Web Of Light Web Of Light Expo Our second annual “Web of Light Expo” is one of the largest Holistic/Metaphysical Expos North of Boston. Last year we more… Valid from Saturday, April 21, 2018 to Sunday, April 22, 2018