Posts about the lively arts in Manchester, NH.
“My Three Words” is a practice I picked up from Chris (author, speaker, digital strategist) more than a decade ago. I continue to find this the most consistent and powerful way to succeed in the year ahead. Using three words as your year-long guide works far better than New Year’s resolutions that quickly fall by the wayside. READ MORE
“The Bike Bus: Adventures in the Queen City,” a new children’s book by NH artist Peter Noonan, weaves a story of adventure and discovery as a young girl encourages her family and friends to ride their bikes to school! READ MORE
This year, Christmas Eve and the 7th night of Chanukah match up and our Manchester community is considerably more diverse than it was 28 years ago. Now, as then, we best see the diversity around us through the eyes of artists. Visual Arts, Performance Art and the Art of Spoken and Written Word all contribute to a better understanding of ourselves and our neighbors. READ MORE
There isn’t much that surprises Mark Schoenfeld when it comes to show biz. He’s been around the entertainment block so many times – from Broadway to Hollywood to Nashville and back – that his reputation as the consummate “pitch man” precedes him just about everywhere he goes. READ MORE
MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Historic Association (MHA) recently opened a new exhibit: “Manchester Through the Lens of Frank Kelly” at the Millyard Museum. Frank Kelly was a prominent Manchester photographer in the mid-twentieth century and READ MORE