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Wine’s golden age
Your guide to NH’s wine week

We’re way past France and Napa.

If you look at the labels in any wine store, you’ll see bottles from everywhere — familiar wine locales like Australia and Chile as well as unexpected places like Uruguay, Lebanon and maybe even New Mexico.

What’s good? What’s a deal?

What’s worth paying a little more for?

ARTS: More than the title implies
Kimball Jenkins School of Art show is about more than flowers

By Heidi Masek hmasek@hippopress.com

Art & Arrangements.

It’s a simple enough title. And this is certainly not the first time florists have interpreted artwork in a New Hampshire gallery.

LONGSHOTS: Patriots marching toward an off-season rebuild
by Dave Long 

I was wrong about the Patriots squeaking out a win Sunday vs. the Ravens. Instead they got pounded by Ray Rice, Ray Lewis and company 33-14 in what was the exclamation point on the notion a major retooling is needed for the once Super Bowl Patriots. It showed the team of today isn’t the same caliber of the guys we’ve all been so spoiled by. And while that’s no disgrace, it will speed the process to an even higher gear now that could lead to big names walking out that door. Here’s my take on things that really need to be looked at.

FOOD: The co-op movement grows
Manchester group hopes for 2,000 signups

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

Access to better food — that is the mission behind the new movement to create a Manchester Food Co-op. A group of community members has come together to launch a cooperative that will provide organic and local produce and products to the area at a reasonable price. So far the idea has caught on.

TECHIE: neel before Google
The phone that wasn’t a phone is now a phone again
By John “jaQ” Andrews  jandrews@hippopress.com.

I don’t like being forced into things. And this Google Nexus One, well, it just feels like I’m required to write about it.

PEOPLE: The free-throw fundraiser
Epsom man shoots hoops for injured veterans

Dave Cummings, 42, of Epsom, has been making about 1,400 free throws a night at a local gym since this past Veterans Day, to raise money for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which provides services to critically injured veterans. Cummings is aiming to make one million free throws by Veterans Day 2011. Visit www.hoopsforheroes.com. Cummings had made 87,207 free throws as of press time.

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