With temperatures expected to surge this weekend, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors or hide from the heat inside. Here are some of the top events coming up in the area.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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See the online edition of the spring 2017 issue of Style Queue, a fashion-forward magazine for the Seacoast.
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.
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.
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.
There's a lot of great music coming to the Seacoast this weekend, with local and touring acts performing at venues new and old. Here are a handful of the highlights.
Inside the ‘sacred space’ of a local author’s home studio in New Castle.
The prolonged drag of winter and damp start to spring might have you feeling a bit stir crazy. Here are some ways to get out of the house and indulge in local arts and culture this weekend.
Music, theater, dance, and lots of beer are on tap in Portsmouth this weekend. Find out about some of the highlights here.
The first weekend of spring brings a variety of events to the Seacoast, including spoken-word readings, live music, choreographed dancing, and a colonial trade show. Learn about some of the highlights in our weekly event roundup.
The UNH Cooperative Extension shares tips for rethinking your yard's edible landscape.
There’s art, music, comedy, astrophotography, and outrageous William Shatner impersonations coming to a Seacoast town near you this weekend. Get the details here.
Wintery weather returns this weekend, but you can keep warm with live music and theater, and start planning your spring garden. Check out some highlights of this weekend’s local happenings.
There are so many interesting events going on around the Seacoast this weekend that we’ve decided to boost our normal top-five roundup to a top 10. See the highlights we’ve chosen here.
A weekend free of snowstorms and full of music, theater, and storytelling awaits Seacoast residents and visitors. Check out a handful of the highlights.
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.