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World War II Hits the Berwicks Print Email
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World War 2 HomefrontMARK YOUR CALENDAR

What was life like on the American home front during World War II?  Peggy Konitzky, Historic New England site manager, will examine how American communities like the Berwicks survived. The program will be held on Thursday, April 23, starting at 7:30 pm at Berwick Academy's Jeppesen Science Center. (Click title to read more)

 
Ogunquit Museum of American Art 2015 Schedule Print Email
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Detail from Sharpshooter by Winslow HomerMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Ogunquit Museum of American Art announces its exhibition and program schedule for the 2015 season. That includes five changing exhibits ibn Maine at this unique and intimate museum in scenic Ogunquit. (Click title to read more) 

 
Rhinoceros by Ionesco at NHTP in May Print Email
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RhinocerosMARK YOUR CALENDAR

May 15-24, 2015 
Fridays & Saturdays at 7 pm 
Sundays at  2 pm 
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $16 Students & Seniors 
Reservations & information:603-431-6644 ext. 5

 
New Roundtrip Bus NYC to Portsmouth NH Print Email
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CJMARK YOUR CALENDAR

C&J Bus Lines, one of New England's premier transportation providers announces today the addition of a third daily roundtrip schedule commencingFriday, May 22, 2015to their direct Executive Class. (Click title to read more)

 
Art Heists Topic of Hampton Talk Print Email
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Anthony AmoreMARK YOUR CALENDAR

As we mark the 25th anniversary of the biggest heist in history -- the
loss of $500 million worth of paintings from the Gardner museum -- is the
FBI getting close to breaking the case? Find out in Hampton, NH on Thursday, April 16, 2015.  (Click title to read more)

 
Spring Forward at the Loft in March 2015 Print Email
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From hot Boston bands to acclaimed singer-songwriters and from a best selling novelist to a popular New York Times financial advice columnist, March ushers in sizzling shows and enlightening authors at the Loft. (Click title to read more) 

 

 
Tim Sample Hosts Red Flannel Radio Print Email
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Tim SampleMARK YOUR CALENDAR

With lots of laughs and applause, a live taping of the radio pilot, Red Flannel Radio hosted by Premier New England Humorist and master storyteller Tim Sample, debuted at the Rochester Opera House on February 22.  Be part of this unique experience for the second episode taped live on Sunday, March 29 at 6:00 PM.   (Click head to read more)

 
Portsmouth Spring Music Series 2015 Print Email
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music at pplMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Portsmouth Public Library is proud to present a rockin' music series for Spring 2015, and all concerts are free of charge. Whether you like the blues, jazz, Celtic, Irish, reggae, folk or anything other kind of music, there’s something for you at PPL. (Click title to read more)

 
Beautiful Scheier Pottery Featured at Discover Portsmouth Print Email
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Scheier smallMARK YOUR CALENDAR 

Ed and Mary Scheier were  wildly creative New Hampshire artists whose pottery will be featured in a new exhibit. Presented by the Portsmouth Historical Society, the show opens April 30and runs until October 22015 at Discover Portsmouth.  (Click title to read more) 

 
Windsor Pearls at West End in March Print Email
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Windsor PearlsMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Windsor Pearls, the new comedy by George Hosker-Bouley will open at the West End Theater, 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH and play from February 20 to March 8. Performances are Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. (Click title to read more) 

 
Submarine Building Boom at Portsmouth in World War II Print Email
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submarinesMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Something extraordinary occurred at the Portsmouth Navy Yard during World War II. Find out about it on Thursday, February 26, starting at 7:30 pm at BerwickAcademy's JeppesenScienceCenter on Academy Street. The public is invited, and volunteers will serve refreshments. Donations are welcome. (Click title to read more) 

 
Fire and Ice is Winter Entertainment Print Email
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Celebrate winter in Portsmouth, New Hampshire at theSecond Annual PortsmouthFire+IceFestival, Thursday, February 12 through Monday, February 16, 2015. It’s winter fun for families and evening entertainment: icebars,firepits, hearth cooking/woodfiregrilled food, dog sled rides,iceskating,icesculptures and demonstrations, and music. (click title to read more)

 
Pianist Chad Bowles Performs in Newburyport Print Email
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Chad Bowles

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American pianist Chad Bowles will perform on Sunday, March 8, at 4 p.m. at the Unitarian Church, 26 Pleasant St., Newburyport, the second of three concerts in the 2015 Jean C. Wilson Music Series. (click title to read more)

 
Political Assassinations Explored January 14 Print Email
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assassinationsMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Generic Theater will present Project Unspeakable -- a new play about the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King – in a rehearsed reading 7 pm, Wednesday, Jan. 14, at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy St., Portsmouth NH.  Generic Theater’s monthly play-readings are free and open to the public. (Click title to read more) 

 

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