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Love and War in Kittery Print Email
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Marys_Wedding_SeacoastNH"I set out to write a play about the First World War and politics," says playwright Steven Massicotte, "but the love story began to take over more and more." The result, a deeply romantic love story.

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February 22, 7:30pm
Kittery, Maine

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Why Men Do What They Do Print Email
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Drawing on 40 years’ experience as a hairdresser and confidant to men and women clients, Richard Nocera offers profound insight and advice about male sexuality in his book, Women Own All the Vaginas. (See more below)

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Feburary 26, 2010
Newburyport, MA

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Blind Side Author at Music Hall Print Email
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michael-lewisWriter's on the NE Stage begins 2010: With The Blind Side currently a #1 NY Times Bestseller, Michael Lewis steps forward to present his new work THE BIG SHORT: Inside the Doomsday Machine  

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Wednesday, April 7 at 7:30pm
Portsmouth, NH 

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Exeter Painting Club Exhibits Print Email
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cardinal_watercolor_by_Nancy_ReissjpgThe Blue Moon Market announces a display of local artists from the Exeter Painting Club during February and March. On view are paintings of both local and foreign scenes (Tuscany, Russia, Ireland) in a range of media: oils, watercolors and acrylics.

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March 2010
Exeter, NH

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Welles and Oakes Stretch Art Print Email
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58_to_2000_by_Frank_WellesThe Gallery at 100 Market starts its 11th year with "The Stretch" an exceptional show featuring two longtime, accomplished painters, who moved from illustration to abstract plua over a dozen area artists who stretch the definition of the Arts.The exhibit features two prolific abstract artists:

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Feb 5 – May 2
Portsmouth, NH

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Lincoln Returns to Exeter after 150 Years Print Email
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Lincoln_in_Exeter_NHOn March 3, 1860, Abraham Lincoln, having just given an electrifying anti-slavery speech at Cooper Union in New York City, arrived in Exeter, New Hampshire to visit his son Robert, a student at Phillips Exeter Academy. Now, at long last, the former president is coming back. (see schedule below)

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March 3- 6
Exeter, NH

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Santos to Hypnotize Rochester Print Email
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Hypnotist_SantosGet ready to star in the show with R-rated hypnotist and innovative comedian Frank Santos Jr. at the Rochester Opera House. Visit the performer’s web site for strange videos of audience members under his spell. Mesmerizing.

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February 13, 2010 at 8:00 PM
Rochester, NH

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Dinosaurs by Robert Squier Print Email
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Sqier_dinosaur_detailLong ago dinosaurs roamed the earth, leaving behind plenty of questions for scientists to ponder. Lcukily they also left plenty of pictures for Robert Squier, among our favorite local illustrators, to draw. You can see them without danger since they are made of paper.

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Feb 1 – March 31
Dover, NH  

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Seacoast Kids Mardi Gras Print Email
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Seacoast Kids Mardi Gras
The Children’s Museum of NH will hold its annual Family Mardi Gras Celebration
In Dover. This colorful cultural celebration features entertainment and activities for all ages, and is generously underwritten by Laconia Savings Bank.
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February 14, 12 – 5 pm
Dover, NH
The Family Mardi Gras Celebration will include live Cajun music by The Fiddling Thomsons at 1 PM and 3 PM, regional foods of New Orleans to sample, and children's parades through the museum led by museum mascot Albert The Costumed Alligator. Children can make Mardi Gras masks and jester hats, and each visitor will receive a strand of colorful Mardi Gras beads to wear and take home. All Mardi Gras activities are included in regular paid admission to the museum: $8 for adults and children, $7 for seniors, and no charge for museum members and children under age one.
Featured entertainers The Fiddling Thomsons are a father-and-son duo from Newmarket, NH who have performed their lively Cajun music at festivals throughout New England. Dad Ryan is a music and dance professional who has been honored by inclusion in the traditional and touring artists rosters of the NH State Council on the Arts.  He teachers fiddle, banjo, flute, piano, and other instruments. Son Brennish has been performing for many years of his young life and plays fiddle, wooden spoons, zydeco rubboard, and the pennywhistle. More information on The Fiddling Thomsons can be found at
For more information on the Family Mardi Gras celebration, please call (603) 742-2002.
About the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire
The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is located at 6 Washington Street in Dover and offers two levels of hands-on, custom-created exhibits for children ages 1-12. Children can explore a wide range of subjects, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. Open year-round, the museum hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events for families. In its first year of operation in Dover, the museum welcomed nearly 130,000 visitors from 48 U.S. states and 11 foreign countries.
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Fiddling_ThomsonsThe Children’s Museum of NH will hold its annual Family Mardi Gras Celebration In Dover. This colorful cultural celebration features entertainment and activities for all ages, and is generously underwritten by Laconia Savings Bank.
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February 14, 12 – 5 pm
Dover, NH
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Flamenco Returns Print Email
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Flamenco Returns
The Flamenco Dance Project is a company of artists dedicated to the evolving art of Flamenco dance and music. The group will showcase the talents of US-based flamenco performers.
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January 30
Newburyport, MA
The dedication to the art is evident in the upcoming performance "Marcando Compas" on January 30th at The Mission Oak Grill in Newburyport. The show is the creation of artistic director and dancer Sabrina Aviles.
Aviles began studying Spanish folkloric dance in 1978 in her mother's native country Dominican Republic. This talented group has delighted Flamenco fans for many years with the passion and artistry of their performances.
The Flamenco Dance Project - The Marking Rhythm Returns
Seasoned performers include Juanito Pascual, guitarist. whose CD and live performances have been called "exceptionally fine" and "an intricately skilled expression" by reviewers. Performing also is Fernando de Malaga, singer and native of Malaga in Andalucia, Spain, the birthplace of Flamenco. Dancer Maria Galán and musician  Jerry Leake will also appear. The performers end the show by engaging the audience in the discovery of a journey to Spain and to embrace the fire of "Marconda Compas" with dance steps taught by the dancers.
The show will take place January 30, 2010 at Mission Oak Grill, 26 Green Street, Newburyport, MA. Show starts at 8 pm and ticket price is $25.  Word of mouth is spreading fast...if you haven't already purchased tickets you had better hurry.  Purchase tickets at Mission Oak Grill or online.
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flamencoThe Flamenco Dance Project is a company of artists dedicated to the evolving art of Flamenco dance and music. The group will showcase the talents of US-based flamenco performers.

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January 30
Newburyport, MA
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