August 11-14: Performing arts, music, shows and entertainment in and around Manchester

This week’s roundup of live entertainment in and around Manchester is brought to you by A. Robert Dionne of Ted Herbert Music School & Rentals. Email your entertainment events to for review. Be sure to add your events to the InkLink Community Calendar for possible inclusion in the live radio report on WMNH 95.3 … Read more

How to Clean a Yoga Mat

This story is part Tips for the houseCNET’s collection of handy tips for getting the most out of your home, inside and out. My yoga mat goes through a lot every week. Between taking him to boxing training sessions every day to basic workouts using it for morning yoga drags my mat over not-so-clean surfaces … Read more

I finally found merino shirts I can run in when it’s hot and humid

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> I have been a merino wool evangelist for over 20 years. You simply can’t beat the fiber’s combination of warmth, weight, moisture management, comfort, odor resistance and durability. for most outdoor activities for most of the year—but not all year, for me. I am a runner who sweats like crazy. I can lose five … Read more

Sound West Conference will bring together innovators in technology, entertainment and the arts

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Roller on the road? Do this and more on the summer streets of 2022 in August

Imagine the streets of New York filled with cyclists, pedestrians and New Yorkers navigating through the city’s grid system on roller skates – the Department of Transportation’s annual Summer Streets event makes this utopian scene a reality , and it returns in August. Embrace the car-free culture and offer a glimpse of what the streets … Read more

Is Langley becoming a mecca for art and entertainment lovers?

Langley was once known only for its fertile farmland. It is now home to a new kind of culture. Langley’s gradual transition from a farming community to the center of Lower Mainland art and perhaps a mecca for music lovers dates back years. Aldergrove farmers formed an association in 1912 called the Aldergrove Agricultural Association. … Read more

Angel Olsen’s Guide to Asheville, NC

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> The first time acclaimed independent musician Angel Olsen visited Asheville, North Carolina was about ten years ago, at the end of her first national tour. She was hit. A city with a small-town feel (it has a population of just under 100,000), Asheville is nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounded by rivers … Read more

Colorado Springs Dance, Art and Music Festival Celebrates the Earth and Raises Awareness of the Water Crisis | Culture & Leisure

Beneath the noise and chaos of everyday life, the earth is still there – throbbing, listening, telling its story both quietly and loudly. Concrete Coyote, a 5½-acre community-built park in the Hillside neighborhood southeast of downtown Colorado Springs, has such a story to tell. Once a neglected and abused piece of land, used over the … Read more


RCBI offers free manufacturing training as part of the initiative HUNTINGTON — The Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) at Marshall University is offering free computer-based training in machining and machine tools throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky as part of an initiative to revitalize American manufacturing and ensure a strong national defense. Boot Camps, for … Read more