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AARP members can get NH Film Festival discount PORTSMOUTH — AARP members can receive a 15% discount on tickets to. drawing scores of movie fans to the Port City. The primary venue is The Music Hall.

David Crosby, a two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. 40 Pleasant St., Portsmouth, at 8 p.m. Friday. The group mixes dance-floor ready elements of swing, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, country and.

PORTSMOUTH — The first live recording of the podcast Add Passion and Stir: Big Chefs, Big Ideas happened Friday night at the Loft space of the Portsmouth Music Hall. Two podcasts were. Shaheen said.

Kitchen Tour on May 11 A celebration of stunning views, sleek settings, and cozy charmers, The Music Hall’s 28th annual Kitchen Tour showcases 11 state-of-the-art kitchens in both new and historic.

Japanese delegates to the Treaty of Portsmouth conference hang around outside the newly constructed YMCA building on COngress Street in Portsmouth, NH in the summer.

After an estimated 20,000 official performances the diminutive Charles Sherwood Stratton finally found his way to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. as he and his wife Lavinia took the stage of The Music.

The New Hampshire Film Festival is gearing up for its 19 th annual celebration, October 17-20, in Portsmouth. Film screenings and a. another standout is the festival’s primary venue, The Music Hall.

Dionne Warwick at 8 p.m. Saturday at Tupelo Music Hall, 10 A St., Derry. River House Restaurant Concert Series at 7 p.m. Sunday at Prescott Park Arts Festival, Portsmouth.

The main scheduled performances for the season are: "Family Holiday Pops" Sunday, December 20th at 3 P.M. at the Coop Middle School in Stratham, NH with a second showing Tuesday, December 22nd at 7:30.

You can’t recount the history of The Music Hall without a nod to Walter Brooks. when Walter managed the Strand, and in Business NH when he managed the Hampton Cinemas after leaving Portsmouth.

The 19th annual New Hampshire Film Festival will infuse downtown Portsmouth with all things cinema this weekend. The.

Lord Byron Darkness Poem This essay looks specifically at Lord Byron’s poem “Darkness” (1816), a dream-like vision of the end of days that received scant attention at the time of its publication and continues to occupy the margins of literary criticism today. These came from a troupe of writers including Lord Byron, Mary Shelley and Percy. by these conversations

Comedians Tom Cotter, Karen Morgan, Corey Rodrigues and Nick Griffin will join McDonald Friday night at the Music Hall in Portsmouth and Saturday evening at the Lebanon Opera House. A portion of.

From The Music Hall: What better way to spend Mother’s Day weekend than attending the 26th Annual Kitchen Tour, this year set in the heart of Portsmouth’s Little Harbour neighborhood. Take a stroll.

Amazon Warrior Greek Mythology Who hasn’t heard childhood tales about the Amazons? Those fierce, even savage, fighting women from Greek mythology against whom no man could. In India too, there were such women warriors like. She traced the origins of today’s bare-breasted activists as far back as the Amazon warriors of Greek mythology and Lady Godiva in 11th-century England,
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voted New Hampshire’s Best Film Critic by NH Magazine and a frequent Film Club host at The Music Hall. Bartlett has worked on the Telluride (Colorado) Film Festival curatorial staff, and produced.

ONE OF SO MANY OF VENTS THAT BRINGS A LOT OF ATTENTION, ART AND A BOOST TO THE EC More than 100 films will be screened this weekend in Portsmouth during the New Hampshire Film Festival.A gala is being.

Main St., Concord. Tickets: $25-$35. Info: banknhstage.com or 225-1111. Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue delivers some New.

PORTSMOUTH — Juston McKinney hopes his short film “Suck It Up” will be a hit at this year’s New Hampshire Film Festival so it.