Setting Her Own Style

Setting Her Own Style

The first time Emelyne Adios wore kitenge fabric in a runway show, she fell in love. The New Hampshire fashion designer, who was in her early 20s at the time and working as a model in Burundi, was assigned to wear a jacket made from the vibrant African print fabric at...
The making of our modern schools

The making of our modern schools

As the economy improved, Concord School District confronted the long-simmering issues of high-school overcrowding and the 6-3-3 model of education that calls for six years of elementary school, three years of junior high, and three years of high school. In 1989, a...

Editor’s note: A reason to celebrate

Meet Emelyne Adios.She’s a 30-year-old fashion designer and health care worker from Burundi who runs her own small clothing business, Style by Emelyne.Her colorful clothes will be among the many things featured at this year’s Concord Multicultural Festival, held on...
Bounty of memories

Bounty of memories

There is a time of year, a very special time. You retire to bed one night with thoughts of summer only to awaken to cool air, bountiful colors of foliage, the season’s last smell of cut hay and a distant fire burning. Summer has officially ended and the fall harvest...
Built to amaze

Built to amaze

Your autumn order – a fresh corn maze with a side of ice creamVisitnh.gov does a nice job of listing corn mazes worth visiting across New Hampshire. Some of the best in the state, though, are within a short drive from Concord. The most local is Beech Hill Farm in...