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Paula Poundstone does Portsmouth Again Print Email
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Paula PoundstoneMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Back by popular demand! The Music Hall welcomes intelligent, spontaneous comedienne Paula Poundstone to The Historic Theater on Saturday March 1, 2014 at 8 pm for another hilarious chapter of real-life humor.  (Click headline for full article) 

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Black Indians in New England Print Email
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Black IndiansSUNDAY FEBRUARY 16

James Earl Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Rosa Parks, Tina Turner and Aaliyah all share a common heritage and it may not be what you think. Join us on Sunday, February 16 at the Discover Portsmouth Center for the third in a series of participatory talks, celebrating Black History Month,to discover this discounted and often ignored story of our American history. (Click headline for full article) 

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Baltimore Expert Speaks on Shoals Garden Saturday Print Email
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Childe Hassem  paintnig of the Isles of ShoalsMARK YOUR CALENDAR

You won’t want to miss this return to the Island salon with Celia Thaxter and Childe Hassam.  David Park Curry, Senior Curator of Decorative Arts, American Painting and Sculpture at the Baltimore Museum of Art, will discuss Celia Thaxter and her Appledore artistic salon at Discover Portsmouth on February 15 at 11AM. And see the CELIA'S GARDEN exhibit closing soon. Last chance. Call today. (Click headline for complete article) 

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South Berwick in 1814 Tour Print Email
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South berwickFEBRUARY 27, 2014

Turn back the calendar 200 years and take a virtual stroll through the buildings where we shop and live today.  Who would we meet in 1814?  Using documents from the Counting House collection, archivist Wendy Pirsig introduces some of the faces and places of South Berwick when it was first incorporated in 1814. (click headline for full report)

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Pontine Parses Ogden Nash Poetry Print Email
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Ogden NashMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Pontine Theatre presents Pretty Halcyon Days: On the Beach with Ogden Nash. Pontine's Cafe-Lyceums feature refreshments and conversation along with scenes from one of Pontine Theatre's popular original plays based on New England literature. Events are scheduled for Thursday and Friday at 7:30, Saturday at 4:00and Sunday at 2:00. (Click headline for complete article)

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Natalie Merchant Headlines 2014 Singer Songwriter Festival Print Email
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Natalie MerchantMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The Music Hall has just announced that Feist and Natalie Merchant will be headlining the third annual Portsmouth Singer Songwriter Festival slated for Thursday April 10-Saturday April 12, 2014. (Click headline for full article)

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Portsmouth Black Heritage Tea Talks 2014 Print Email
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Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail logoMARK YOUR CALENDAR

Black history is American history. Join us for talks at Discover POrtsmouth. This year's topics from include lectures on African American sailors, Tuskegee Airmen, Black Indians, Slave history, Civil Rights anniversary, and more. (Click headline for schedule)

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All About Celia Thaxter Salon Print Email
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Celia Thaxter 00MARK YOUR CALENDAR 

David Park Curry, Senior Curator of Decorative Arts, American Painting and Sculpture at the Baltimore Museum of Art, will discuss Celia Thaxter and her Appledore artistic salon at Discover Portsmouth onFebruary 15 at 11AMAdmission for the gallery talk is $10 for members of the Portsmouth Historical Society and $15 for non-members. (Click headline for full article) 

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Best of Ida in February Print Email
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Poulin 00MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Poolyle Productions and Garrison Players present Susan Poulin inThe Best of IdaFebruary 7-9, 2014. Ida LeClair, star ofIda: Woman Who Runs With the Moose!,Ida’s Havin’ a Yard Sale!,I Married an Alien!,The Moose in Me, the Moose in YouandA Very Ida Christmas,has been called “the funniest woman in Maine.” Now is your chance to find out why. (Click headline for article) 

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Celebrate Mardi Gras Early at UNH Museum Print Email
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By Gary SamsonMARK YOUR CALENDAR

The University Museum, in part with grant funding from the New Hampshire Humanities Council, is hosting an exhibit entitled “The Beat on the Street: Second Lines, Mardi Gras Indians, and the Photography of Gary Samson.” The exhibition of photographs and folk art will focus on the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans. (Click headline for full article) 

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