There’s a lot going on this weekend. Lots of art, lots of chowder, lots of shopping, and a couple of temporary farewells. Check out some of the weekend highlights here.
The LPG tanker Polar set sail on Memorial Day, while the tug Coho and barge Penn 92 arrived that night. A couple of other ships are expected later in the week. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
A range of emotions will swell across the Seacoast over Memorial Day weekend. There will be sadness and laughter, running and revelry, mad men and dark arts. Learn about some of the highlights here.
Reviews of new albums by Seacoast bands The Green Bullets, Skee, and Wellfleet.
How a short-lived basement venue left its mark on Durham's music scene.
The tanker Chem Norma is due to arrive in the Port of New Hampshire today, and a couple of other ships are expected later in the week. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
With summer-like conditions emerging this week, we’ve got a range of indoor and outdoor activities coming up for the weekend, featuring music, food, art, storytelling, farm festivities, and more. Check out a handful of the highlights here.
Reviews of the latest albums by Seacoast acts Guy Capecelatro III, Charles, and Heavy Pockets.
It’s a slow week at the Port of New Hampshire, but things are expected to pick up early next week, when two large tankers arrive. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
Mother’s Day weekend brings a range of unique events to the Seacoast, including theater, art, all manners of music, and a kitchen stroll. Check out some of the highlights.
Editor’s note: Open Doors is a series in which photographer Anna Solo visits the homes and workspaces of fascinating Seacoast people. Portsmouth resident Raymond Goulet...
See the online edition of the spring 2017 issue of Style Queue, a fashion-forward magazine for the Seacoast.
Chelsea Paolini of People Skills and Thomas Forbes of Harsh Armadillo have united to make a therapeutic pop album.
Two separate tugs — including one that’s nearly 180 meters long — are scheduled to arrive at the Port of New Hampshire later this week. Get the details in Port Watch.
The arts are blooming around the region on this first weekend of May, with numerous galleries and studios holding special receptions. Also coming up is the first Portsmouth Farmers Market of the year, some great live music, and more. See some of the highlights here.
May brings some impressive new works, including novels, memoirs, a graphic novel, and the English premiere of a Chinese classic. Here are some of the top titles coming out this month.
A health issue forced Anita Shreve to cancel the book tour that would have brought her to Portsmouth in early May, but you can read a Q&A with the author about her new novel here.
The Prescott Park Arts Festival announced the lineup for its 2017 River House Restaurant Concert Series on Tuesday afternoon. Find out who's coming to the park here.
The cable ship Dependable, a frequent visitor to Portsmouth Harbor, returns to port tomorrow. Other than that, it’s a quiet week on the water. Get the details in this week's installment of Port Watch.
Owls, ghosts, and at least one Fox will visit the Seacoast during a weekend full of music, comedy, the outdoors, and the paranormal. Learn about some of the most anticipated highlights here.
Dover ska band The Feel Goods' debut album got a boost from Less Than Jake member Roger Lima. The band will play a CD release show in May.
Residents of Portsmouth, Rye, and New Castle may be disturbed by the sound of gunfire just outside the mouth of the Piscataqua River this week. But don’t be alarmed; it’s just U.S. patrol boats conducting a regularly scheduled exercise.
It’s spring, it’s almost Earth Day, and there are loads of things to do this weekend indoors and outdoors. Here are a few of the highlights.
Reviews of the latest albums by Seacoast bands Waco Sparkler, Samuel E. Carpenter, and Slow Coyote.
The tanker Torm Saone arrived this morning and sets sail tonight, when the tanker Palanca Luanda takes its place. Get the details on these and other ships in this week's installment of Port Watch.