It’s time to snuggle up with a cozy mystery

Autumn with its mood of beautiful endings is the perfect season to read a mystery. Pondering the tireless attempts of the good to solve the endless crimes of the bad makes a…

A Concord poet’s dispatch from Ukraine

Emmanuel (formerly Seth) Aronie, a 1964 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School is now living in Cherkassy, Ukraine. Aronie attended Amherst College and served in the VISTA program before embracing the Subud spiritual…

Goldman-Callahan resurrects art shows at Trinity

The Gallery at Trinity Episcopal Church in Concord is pleased to return to showing art on the walls of our Parish Hall.  The current show, paintings by Jill Goldman-Callahan, is on display…

Quilt raffle raises funds for Ukraine

A local group, Concord for Ukraine, is raising funds for hospital beds at Ukrainian children’s hospitals and maternity wards. Hospitals desperately need beds for mothers and children in the crossfire of Ukraine’s…

Concord Free Public Library Corner

Discover what’s new at the Concord Free Public Library! Whether you are visiting the Main Library and have not yet experienced the new expansion wing or you want to attend even more…

Concord Women’s Chorus

Concord Women’s Chorus, fostering the power of women’s voices in song, is readying its holiday season concert, “Songs of Peace and Promise.”   “Songs of Peace and Promise,” offers a celebration of…

Issue 3 and Fall foliage

This week’s reader photo features The Concord Bridge, Issue 3, in the great outdoors. Writes Oded Benyo, “I love me some Concord Bridge on a crisp fall morning. Thank you for the…