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Reel ’em in
New Hampshire is prime fishing country
By Jeff Mucciarone

The line makes a whip sound as it rushes off the reel, through the guides and into the air. Soon after, the lure plunges softly beneath the glassy surface of the Merrimack River.

“See that, got one, little pickerel,” says Mark Beauchesne, fishing fanatic and advertising and promotions coordinator for New Hampshire Fish and Game.

ART: Greeley tradition
Art show at 56

By Heidi Masek

Stroll through the Greeley Park Art Show to peruse work in acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, pen and ink, or mixed-media Saturday, Aug. 15, and Sunday, Aug. 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jewelry, sculpture, photography and prints are other pieces that should also be available at the 56th year of this outdoor art show held by the Nashua Area Artists’ Association.

LONGSHOTS: Empire strikes back during annual visit
by Dave Long

It was a tough weekend to be in the Evil Empire for a person from New England. And that’s where I was last week for the annual summer trip behind enemy lines. And thanks to the suddenly reeling Red Sox, the last time I was that outnumbered with absolutely no ammo to fight back was the day in the bleachers at Fenway when Reggie Jackson and Billy Martin got into a fight as Boston swept the Yanks three straight while hitting 16 home runs off Yankees pitching.

FOOD: Beyond tacos
10th Latino Festival brings food and fun

By Linda A. Thompson-Odum

Latino food and fun will take over Manchester’s Veterans Park on Saturday, Aug. 15, for the 10th annual New Hampshire Latino Festival. The event is sponsored by the non-profit Latinos Unidos de New Hampshire, an all-volunteer group established to help support and spread awareness about the state’s Latino population.

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