Our roundup of weekend entertainment on the Seacoast includes art exhibitions, outdoor concerts, and other festive gatherings.
After an exciting weekend of tall ships, marine activity in Portsmouth Harbor slows down this week, although a tanker arrived Sunday. Details in Port Watch.
Tall ships, visual arts, free comics, bluegrass and beer, rock ’n’ roll — here are some of the top happenings coming up this weekend on the Seacoast.
Sail Portsmouth brings three tall ships to Portsmouth Harbor this week, and a number of cargo ships are expected as well. Learn more in Port Watch.
With many worthy concerts, plays, exhibits, and festivals to choose from this weekend, we’ve crammed lots of events into our weekly top five. Here’s what...
A tanker came and went over the weekend, and another set sail from the harbor this morning. One more is expected mid-week. Get the details in Port Watch.
It’s an ideal midsummer weekend on the Seacoast, with plans for festivals, concerts, movies, and more. Learn about some of the highlights.
Three ships are expected to arrive at the Port of New Hampshire this week, and another sets sail from the harbor on Wednesday. Details in Port Watch.
After a quiet stretch last week, shipping activity resumed in Portsmouth Harbor on Sunday. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
Independence Day falls midweek this year, but you can start the celebration early with a number of notable weekend events in the Portsmouth area. Here...
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.
The scorching heat in the forecast this week will not prevent a steady flow of marine traffic from entering Portsmouth Harbor. Get the details in Port Watch.
Two ships arrived in port Sunday, and at least a couple of others are expected during the week. Get the details in Port Watch.
A rainy Monday sets the stage for an unusually quiet week at the Port of New Hampshire. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
The first days of June bring a torrent of exciting events to the Seacoast, including live music, visual arts, theater, and a chowder festival that marks the start of the Prescott Park Arts Festival.
The highlight of Memorial Day weekend in Portsmouth Harbor was the commissioning of the USS Manchester on Saturday. The Manchester departs for its homeport in San Diego on Tuesday afternoon, and a large tanker will make its way into the harbor shortly thereafter. Get the details in the latest installment of Port Watch.
We’re releasing our top-five events roundup a day early this week so that we can include Hit the Decks, an annual milestone that marks the unofficial start of summer on the Seacoast.
It’s an exceptionally busy Monday morning in Portsmouth Harbor. The Golden Cecilie set sail from Sprague River Road and was promptly replaced by the Chem...
A steady stream of vessels will be heading in and out of Portsmouth Harbor this week and into the weekend. Learn about who’s coming and going in the latest installment of Port Watch.
There’s so much happening this first weekend of May that we could not confine our highlights to a mere five events like usual. Instead, we’ve got a top-10 roundup.
The BBC Weser came and went over the weekend, and two more ships are expected to arrive in port over the next few days. Get the details in Port Watch.
Those seeking to indulge in the arts this weekend have diverse options to choose from all over the Seacoast, with events in Portsmouth, Lee, Eliot, and Dover making our top-five list.
A couple of ships arrived in Portsmouth Harbor over the weekend, one of which set sail Monday morning. The other is still in port, and...
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.
The tanker Noreaster came and left over the weekend, and a tug and barge arrived yesterday. All’s quiet on this rainy Patriots’ Day, but another ship is expected later in the week. Learn more in the latest installment of Port Watch.