The weekend is mere hours away. You can make it. And when you do, you’ll have numerous options for entertainment, including great music, theater, and art events. Here’s a roundup of highlights.
A motorcycle show, a punk-rock show, a cabaret show. Artwork and apples. These are among the diverse options for entertainment coming up this weekend. Prepare your itinerary now.
In advance of the third annual Welcome East Motorcycle Show in Portsmouth, area motorcyclists share tales of heroic restoration efforts, glorious cross-country trips, and other experiences.
Sights and scenes from the sixth annual Surf Re-Evolution event, presented by Grain Surfboards in York, Maine, on Saturday, Sept. 24.
The first weekend of fall brings options for live music, theater, food, and more to the Seacoast. Here's our weekly roundup of entertainment highlights coming to a venue near you.
Blueberry beer has long been a popular option on summer tap lists in New England. But regional breweries are doing increasingly innovative things with this native berry.
Since launching in 2008, the Cicerone Certification Program has churned out servers trained in best beer-service practices and cherry picked a handful of top beer professionals that are being compared with the Master Sommeliers of the wine world.
The wealth of beer options on the Seacoast and across the country can have negative consequences for small brewers, especially when Big Beer gets in the game.
Berwick, from the old Norse, translates to “Barley Village.” It’s fitting, then, that this small Maine town’s plan for revitalization centers around a craft beer brewery.
Unusual liquors, house-made ingredients, and multiple layers of flavor are bringing fresh life to cocktails, but Seacoast establishments are doing so with a heavy nod to old-school bar classics.
Local photographer Michael Penney reveals the people behind the beer with his regional brewer portraits.
The University of New Hampshire has announced plans for a slate of beer programs, as well as a testing lab and on-site pilot plant.
It’s 2016. Shouldn’t you have access to all things beer right from your smartphone? Here are some of the best beer apps on the market today.
For many vegetable gardeners, peak harvest season has passed. Luckily there is still time to try seeding some cool-season crops that can handle colder temperatures and actually taste better once cool weather arrives.
As usual, the Seacoast boasts numerous options for live music, theater, visual arts, food, and more this weekend. Here are a few of the highlights.
Are your pumpkins already fully orange? Farmers and gardening enthusiasts have been reporting very early ripening in both pumpkins and winter squash. The UNH Cooperative Extension Education Center explains how to handle your early harvest.
Since The Tug launched its fake news site over the weekend, its humorous bits have been making the rounds on social media, confusing some viewers and leaving them to wonder whose side they're on, if there even are sides. We caught up with the anonymous crew for an email Q&A.
With a little help from aquaculture researchers at the University of New Hampshire, the Portsmouth Brewery has introduced Selkie, a beer brewed with locally harvested sugar kelp. It's one of many ways sustainably raised seaweed could soon find its way into our diets.
Tiffany Landry and Jonathan Lessard are the couple behind Lost Coast, a delightfully weird junk shop in Kittery. Actually, it’s more like a meticulously curated mix of vintage fad toys, granny-chic kitchenware, hip used clothing, and dope records, among other things.
Based in Brentwood, Krista Larson Designs is an internationally distributed name in women’s fashion, specializing in flattering, comfortable clothing that fits a variety of sizes.
Seventeen-year-old Phillips Exeter Academy student Rachel Luo is a style hunter armed with a camera and a keen eye. The Texas native is the mind behind “The Exeter Issue,” a fashion-centered Instagram and Facebook page that is quietly gaining a big audience.
A Southwestern bohemian look inspires a warmer weather feel that New Englanders can enjoy in the summertime, and the fashion can be found on the Seacoast at many local boutique shops.
For 32-year-old Kittery Point resident Olivia Korpi, fashion is about joy. She shares her skill and passion for fashion through her style consulting business, O.Style.
The first-ever Seacoast Digital Fast, taking place Aug. 5-7, challenges people to put down their digital devices and go screen-free for 48 hours.
Mrs. Janet Y. Larose knows fashion, and she puts her knowledge to use for a variety of causes. A resident of both Portsmouth and New York, Janet talked to Style Queue editor Jennifer Moore about her glamorous style, including the one-of-a-kind, vintage Chanel ensemble she wore for the interview.