In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, fashion blogger Kristin Scott pulls a fall outfit from Seacoast businesses.
From the Goods Guide in the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, shampoo bars are an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bottles that work well and smell great
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Dane Estes explains how he stopped worrying what people think and started wearing the clothes he loves.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Old as Adam owner Adam Irish and painter Alastair Dacey share a passion for vintage fashion.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, Lauren Audet describes her long journey from shame to self-love — with her sense of humor still intact.
In the fall 2016 edition of Style Queue Magazine, the mystery man known as Knit_Guy reveals how knitting starts conversations and helps him listen.
In the fall 2017 edition of Style Queue Magazine, local interior designer Lisa Teague talks about her eclectic and evolving approach to decorating.
Style Queue photographers share images from 2016 summer fashion events in the Portsmouth area.
The onslaught of recent snowstorms has thrown schedules askew at the Port of New Hampshire, but several ships are expected to drop anchor this week. Here are the tentative details.
This weekend’s event highlights include comedy, music, performance art, and commentary on important topical issues, including racial division and violence against women. Here’s our weekly roundup.
Two ships are in port and several others are on the way, including a yet-to-be-identified Navy vessel coming on Wednesday. Find out what we know in this week’s edition of Port Watch.
Put art, theater, music, and outdoor adventure on your itinerary for the weekend. We think you’ll find it refreshing. Here are some of the entertainment highlights coming to a location near you.
The shortest month of the year brings no shortage of compelling, engrossing, and often mystifying new books. Here are 10 of the most anticipated highlights slated for publication in February.
A steady stream of ships will be entering and exiting the Port of New Hampshire this week with winter essentials like salt, heating oil, and coal. Get the details in this week's edition of Port Watch.
The UNH Cooperative Extension shares tips for controlling Japanese knotweed, an aggressive perennial that can grow up to 10 feet high and wide and has negative environmental impacts.
Two new theater productions, a new storytelling series, a peace concert, and a permaculture film screening are among the highlights of this weekend’s events on the Seacoast. Learn more here.
Music writer Austin Sorette shares his reviews of the latest releases from Seacoast bands Lilith, Rick Rude, and Black Lake.
Biographer Brad Gooch, author of Rumi's Secret, discusses the Sufi poet's life and transcendent work in advance of his appearance at The Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth.
On Friday, a secret gig featuring secret acts takes place at a secret location. It's part of Sofar Sounds, which brings intimate shows to rooms around the world. Portsmouth is the latest city to join the Sofar community.
Two ships arrived at the Port of New Hampshire over the weekend, and one of them sets sail this afternoon. A tug and barge are due to arrive Thursday. Get all the details in Port Watch.
Many Seacoast residents are looking to spend the weekend doing anything that might distract them from politics. Others, though, are hoping to make their voices. Fortunately, there are good options for both groups. Check out our top-five roundup.
Texan tug Liberty Service visits the Port of New Hampshire on Thursday, and the 180-meter Shelduck heads into port over the weekend. Get the details in Port Watch.
Seed catalogues are now showing up in mailboxes in full force, assuring us that spring is not too far away. The UNH Cooperative Extension offers a few suggestions to help ensure gardening success in the coming season.
Since its launch in 2006, the RPM Challenge has resulted in the creation of tens of thousands of new songs and CDs. The numbers will continue to climb in February as the 12th annual Record Production Month unfolds.
This weekend’s entertainment options include ice dancing and belly dancing, theatric storytelling and jazz improvising. Plus we’ve got a special non-weekend event on our top-five list. Get the details here.