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Former foreigner frontman Lou Gramm, whose signature vocals helped make hits of “I Want to Know What Love Is,” “Urgent,” “Cold as Ice,” “Double Vision,” “Juke Box Hero,” “Hot Blooded,” “Say You Will” and “Cold as Ice,” will play The Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center on South Main Street in Plymouth at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

Former legendary Foreigner frontman Lou Gramm to perform

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Former foreigner frontman Lou Gramm, whose signature vocals helped make hits of “I Want to Know What Love Is,”...

LEAP INTO SPRING: Keene State College dancers (from left) Kendall Platenyk, Lianne Rempelakis, Margaret Leary, Gabriella Pacheco, and Alexander Davis perform in “An Evening of Dance” Wednesday, April 23, through Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. in Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College.

Granite State campuses leap into spring with April performances

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A commissioned dance by New York choreographer Rebecca Stenn will premiere along with three new works by Keene State College...

MUSICAL JOURNEY: Joan Osborne, whose hit “One of Us” led to a Grammy Award in the mid-1990s, is on tour promoting her latest release, “Love and Hate,” which examines light and dark moments of relationships.

Joan Osborne's new album beats with matters of the heart

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Released last week, “Love and Hate,” is seven-time Grammy winner Joan Osborne's eighth studio album and it not just...

Stiletto Brass Quintet steps onto PSU's Silver Center Friday night

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Named for their distinctive red footwear, the Stiletto Brass Quintet brings its musical stylings to the Plymouth State...

ON VIEW: Though David Fleming has worked as an illustrator and designer in the Midwest, he brings to the Rochester Public Library's Carnegie Gallery a display of his abstract paintings.

Milwaukee painter David Fleming shares work in Rochester showing

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David Fleming, a Midwest illustrator and designer whose projects include everything from romance novels to trade-show booths,...

MARSHMALLOW MADNESS: Yes, it's that time of year, when brightly hued marshallow candies share stores shelves with plastic Easter eggs, baskets and chocolate goodies, and The Library Arts Center, 58 N. Main St., Newport, hops back into its Peeps Diorama Contest.

Marshmallow candies inspiration for diorama contest

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Yes, it's that time of year, when brightly hued marshmallow candies share stores shelves with plastic Easter eggs, baskets and...

THE BALLROOM Thieves play Portsmouth's Music Hall  Friday.

Ballroom Thieves continue to break into national music scene

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In 2012 The Ballroom Thieves broke into the Boston scene with a five-song, foot-stomping EP entitled “The Devil & The...

AT WORK: Ann Tolson's recent painting projects found her revisting a creative approach she employed earlier in her career.

93-year-old artist Ann Tolson continues artistic evolution

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Art may not have played a role in her childhood or early adult years, but it certainly has meant something to Ann Tolson in the...

Photographers share perspectives of famed French city in exhibit

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In “The Moment It Clicks,” the focus isn't only on what a budding photographer learned from her mentor.

HALL OF FAMER: Jackson Browne, known for tunes including “Running on Empty,” “Lawyers in Love,” “The Pretender,” “Doctor My Eyes,” “Somebody's Baby,” “Tender is the Night” and “Here Come Those Tears Again,” has signed onto the Capitol Center for the Art's summer lineup.

Jackson Browne to perform at the Capitol Center

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Jackson Browne, known for tunes including “Running on Empty,” “Lawyers in Love,” “The...

Granite Status: Havenstein talks tax stance to make position clear

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein made it clear in announcing his campaign on Wednesday that he will oppose any income tax or sales tax in New Hampshire, but the point was made in questioning by reporters, not in his announcement speech.

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Granite Status: Havenstein talks tax stance to make position clear

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein made it clear in announcing his campaign on Wednesday that he will oppose any income tax or sales tax in New Hampshire, but the point was made in questioning by reporters, not in his announcement speech.

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Manchester mayor: 'It's the tax cap budget'

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Department heads and aldermen are pushing back against the budget proposed by Mayor Ted Gatsas, warning it will likely result in layoffs and undermine public safety. Gatsas said in an interview Tuesday that he did the best he could with his budget given the limits of the tax cap.

Republican Walt Havenstein of Alton announces for governor in the lobby of the Legislative Office Building in Concord with wife Judy at his side.

Havenstein announces for Republican nomination in governor's race

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CONCORD — Former defense industry executive Walt Havenstein on Wednesday officially launched his campaign for the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, as he was surrounded by GOP luminaries during his announcement in the Legislative Office Building.

Nashua panel backs study of state's largest playground

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An aldermanic panel on Wednesday supported a proposal for a $5,000 study on where the state’s largest, most accessible playground will be constructed in the Gate City.

Esther Fleurant of Concord, along with four of her seven children, were among protesters gathered Wednesday outside the state Supreme Court.

Top court hears NH tax credit case

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The gallery at the New Hampshire Supreme Court was standing room only Wednesday morning as justices took up the issue of the constitutionality of a state law that allows business education tax credits to fund scholarships that benefit private and religious schools, as well as families that home-school their children.

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