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Ebbs and flows
Ten years in visual arts
By Heidi Masek hmasek@hippopress.com

In 2000, the Currier Gallery of Art was about 33,000 square feet smaller. In 2002, the name changed to the Currier Museum of Art. In 2008, the Manchester museum reopened after closing for more than a year for expansion.

ART: For Jon Brooks
Musical Furniture Masters throw concert to put a friend back to work

By Heidi Masek hmasek@hippopress.com

Waking up at 3:30 a.m. to see your studio on fire has got to be a woodworker’s worst nightmare.

In the 15 years the New Hampshire Furniture Masters have existed, and the 30 years that Furniture Master Terry Moore has been working, he hasn’t seen a studio fire quite as bad as the one his colleague Master Jon Brooks suffered in January.

LONGSHOTS: Offense the biggest question as Sox open 2010
by Dave Long

After what has to be the quietest and all-time most under-the-radar spring training in local history, baseball returns when the Yankees and Red Sox open the season on Sunday night at Fenway Park. Given that how the season will open makes me a bit on the testy side, I might as well get the glass-is-half-empty side out of the way first.

FOOD: Sunday’s best
Where to go for Easter eats that aren’t marshmallow-filled

By Linda A. Thompson-Odum food@hippopress.com

Easter is a great day to enjoy a meal with family and friends, and you don’t have to mess up the kitchen. Many area restaurants have special brunch and dinner options planned for the day. Be sure to make reservations as space and times can be limited.

TECHIE: USB: The Next Generation
All good things come in 3.0
By John “jaQ” Andrews  jandrews@hippopress.com.

Though 3-D television was the big news at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in January, another 3 showed promise as well, and is now leaking out into stores: USB 3.0.

PEOPLE: Good enough
Hampton resident writes her story

Eileen Palazzolo, a Hampton resident who battled eating disorders, wrote Free From Perfect with an eye toward helping others. The book, which is available at Publishing Works (publishingworks.com), aims to help people overcome stereotypes associated with body image. It is expected to be available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Borders soon. Visit freefromperfect.com

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