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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It’s the first weekend of what we all hope will be a year of progress, harmony, creativity, and good times. You can start working toward these goals this weekend by experiencing art, theater, music, and more at venues across the Seacoast. Here are some of the highlights.
Sumptuous dinners, dance parties, and comedy festivals are among the entertainment options on New Year's Eve. As you plan the evening’s debauchery, here are some highlights to consider.
Buying local foods can seem easier in the warmer months, but there are plenty of ways to continue purchasing from local farms right through the winter. The UNH Cooperative Extension has some tips to make it easier.
Don’t let the cold stop you from having a good time. We are New Englanders. We put on long johns and we endure. And whether you crave music, poetry, theater, comedy, film, or some combination thereof, the Seacoast has something to offer this weekend. Here are a few of the highlights.
Our roundup of weekend entertainment on the Seacoast includes food, art, music, and celebration — and not all of it is tied to the holidays.
Sustainable style writer Jennifer Moore compiles a list of fun and unique holiday gift items that can be purchased on the Seacoast.
There are all kinds of craft fairs and other holiday sales events happening between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Here are a few of the highlights coming up this long weekend, offering unique gifts from local businesses and artisans.
Whether it’s turkey or ham, veggies or sweets, it’s important to understand and follow good food-safety practices at your Thanksgiving potluck. The UNH Cooperative Extension has some tips to help avoid holiday illnesses.
Events coming up around the Seacoast this weekend include theater, storytelling, live music, a food discussion, and more. Check out some of the highlights.
UNH Master Gardener Rebecca Briccetti shares tips for eliminating cabbage worm, a pest that can remain active deep into fall and can be destructive to many garden vegetables.
Now is the time to plant garlic on the Seacoast, and Jeremy DeLisle of the UNH Cooperative Extension has some planting tips.
With the 22nd annual Portsmouth Halloween Parade drawing nigh, Grand Marshals past and present share the stories behind their costumes and reminisce about the revelry of their years at the helm.