It’s another celebratory weekend on the Seacoast, highlighted by celebrations of film, beer, theater, food, music, and more.
It’s an ideal midsummer weekend on the Seacoast, with plans for festivals, concerts, movies, and more. Learn about some of the highlights.
The first weekend of summer offers so many worthy events on the Seacoast that we’ve upped our normal top-five roundup to a full top 10.
Though April has felt like an extension of winter, many of this weekend’s top events are themed around spring and the outdoors. Learn about some of the highlights in our weekly top five.
Editor’s note: Open Doors is a series in which photojournalist Anna Solo visits the homes and workspaces of fascinating Seacoast people. Chase Bailey is a...
The Portsmouth Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting are on Saturday, and many other compelling events surround it this weekend. Here are some of the highlights.
Though the delightful chaos of Halloween is over, there are still plenty of entertainment options coming up this weekend, including a show with Cape Snow.
The weekend of Friday the 13th brings some cherished traditions, including the NH Brewfest, the NH Film Festival, and all kinds of Halloween festivities.
With the four-day New Hampshire Film Festival starting Thursday in Portsmouth, here’s a look at five of the top highlights coming to local screens.
During the last official weekend of summer, you are invited to enjoy craft beer and fresh oysters, farmland festivals, and three days of film. Get...
The slate of six new films coming to Portsmouth for the annual Telluride by the Sea festival features a star-studded lineup of actors and directors from around the world.
Halloween is Monday, and trick-or-treating in most communities is this weekend. But there are, in fact, some non-Halloween events coming up that are worthy of mention too. Here are some highlights.
We’re unveiling our top-five weekend events a day early this week, as the 16th annual New Hampshire Film Festival gets underway tonight in Portsmouth. We’ve also got local options for theater, art, music, food, and beer. Lots of beer.
N.H. native Justin Connor wrote, directed, produced, scored, and stars in The Golden Age, a mock-rockumentary premiering at the New Hampshire Film Festival in Portsmouth.
John Michael Higgins, Tom Bergeron, and Alicia Witt are among the celebrities attending this year's New Hampshire Film Festival, which takes place next month in Portsmouth.
It’s going to be a big weekend on the Seacoast. Among the highlights are a film festival, a music and art fest, an exhibition with 60-plus artists, a new show at the Rep, and a 10-year anniversary shindig for Portsmouth Public Library.
Suicide Squad may not be as grim and full of despair as Man of Steel or Batman v Superman, but when it comes to superhero movies, the execs at Warner Brothers still don't seem to know their audience — or think very highly of it.
It's not perfect, but co-star and co-writer Simon Pegg has helped engineer a story that moves the franchise in the right direction in Star Trek Beyond.
Exeter native Laura Waleryszak is the co-writer, co-producer, and co-star of Her Story, a Web series that earned an Emmy nomination this month. Waleryszak talked to The Sound about the surprising success of the show, which is focused on transgender characters.
In the latest installment of the X-Men film franchise, Marvel Cinematic history is altered, Oscar Isaac delivers a bizarrely bad performance, and Professor X preemptively admonishes us to forget everything we see.
Video Vault recalls the masterful 1983 comedy-drama Reuben, Reuben, starring Tom Conti.
In Captain America: Civil War, the extended family of superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to grow, evolve, and punch the hell out of each other.
The new documentary Rockmen, premiering at The Strand Ballroom in Dover, follows Market Square Jewelers owner Peter Henry on his gem-hunting expeditions.
Eight-Bit Junkyard finds a hidden jewel in the video game “Bionic Commando,” the 1988 sequel to Nintendo’s “Commando.”
A 1976 adaptation captures the classic Shakespeare comedy at its best.