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It’s the sweetest time of the year Community

It’s the sweetest time of the year

It’s that time of year again, it’s time for me to pull out my baking pans, remember how to use my oven, and start building my Gingerbread House. For those of you who know me personally, or have been following this blog for awhile, you know that I take this competition very seriously, I’m even a member of the committee that runs the competition. I’ve built a first draft of my model, I’ve reached out to expert bakers for tips and tricks (and I want to send a very big THANK YOU to Popovers on the Square for ALLLLLLL of their help!), and roped in some coworkers. Read More Read More
Portsmouth, NH: On the Meetings Map Uncategorized

Portsmouth, NH: On the Meetings Map

When it comes to meetings and events, studies show—and meeting planners know—that “authenticity” is more than a buzzword.  For today’s attendees, having an authentic experience is the key to success. This means feeling a sense of place, eating local farm to fork food, and having time to explore the neighborhood. Read More Read More
The Music Hall’s Best-Kept Secret Uncategorized

The Music Hall’s Best-Kept Secret

Why do I love sitting in the balcony at the Historic Theater? Let me count the ways. The sweeping vista of the gorgeous Music Hall interior, from crystal chandelier to historic stage, is unsurpassed. Nearly all the seats have this dazzling view, even in the side rows. Because of the steep pitch of the rows, shorter people like me have clear sightlines from every seat, irregardless if tall people sit in front of us. The acoustics are excellent. There’s an intimacy with the artists, as opposed to the feeling of being in a giant stadium where binoculars are needed when sitting in the balcony. Read More Read More
Celebrate International Women’s Day With Pat Benatar Uncategorized

Celebrate International Women’s Day With Pat Benatar

Today is the day, the day I have been waiting months for, today, I get to see Pat Benatar in concert! When I was younger, I used to have kitchen dance parties, my mother would put on the radio and we’d dance around the kitchen in our socks singing into soup spoons. As a child of the 80’s Pat Benatar was one of my very favorites. “Heartbreaker”, “Hit Me With Your Best Shot”, “Love is a Battlefield”, and of course, “We Belong” all make me what to get up and dance, no matter where I am. Read More Read More
Racing towards a gold medal fall Uncategorized

Racing towards a gold medal fall

I have Olympic fever. For the last week and a half I’ve celebrated with Michael Phelps and his record breaking 28 medals, been awed by Katie Ledecky, cried with Aly Raisman after her floor exercise routine, and I’m still reeling from the US losing to Brazil in beach volleyball last night. Needless to say, I’m a little bit sleep deprived. Read More Read More
My Job is better than Ice Cream Essay

My Job is better than Ice Cream

This Summer, my Aunt and I made a pact to have a “No Bummer Summer.” Our goal for this summer was to opt in to any and all fun activities, to do and see things that we haven’t done before, and in general, just to have a ton of fun. I took that premise, that was supposed to apply to my personal life, and I also made it my motto for what I do here at The Music Hall. Read More Read More

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