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Newmarket bar offers bluegrass and brews

February 5, 2015

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By MELISSA PROULX, Staff Writer It was a cold night this past Tuesday, and my cellphone informed me that it was barely below the double digits. Regardless of the frigid weather, I made my way to the Stone Church Meeting House,...

Despite new ownership and big changes, local restaurant stays true to unique and friendly vibe

February 5, 2015

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By ANDREW YOURELL, Staff Writer   Walking into the Friendly Toast in Portsmouth, customers are met with the classic tunes of The Police and the same mellow atmosphere that the restaurant has always been known for. Over the past few weeks, however, there have been several change...

Cinemagic celebrates anniversary with one dollar movies

February 5, 2015

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By MIRANDA WILDER, Staff Writer Cinemagic 10 in Portsmouth celebrated its one-year anniversary last Friday with a huge dip in ticket prices, all movies selling at $1 for the entire day. “We figured that it was our first ...

Upcoming concerts ward off winter blues

February 5, 2015

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By MIKAYLA MINOR, Contributing Writer Winter is in full swing at UNH but that does not mean there is any less for students to do.  Many Wildcats find themselves with more down time during the winter months than the rest of the semester, and with the temperatures dropping it is easy to overlook ma...

Wildcat Country: Bean Dip Blues

February 4, 2015

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London-based band performs despite storm

January 28, 2015

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By Abigael Sleeper, Arts Editor   This past Saturday, fans and musicians alike battled the heavy snow on their journeys to the State Theater in Portland, Maine. London Grammar, named for their city of origin, hit the sta...

“Conflict Zone” brings war photo journalism to UNH

January 28, 2015

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By Abby Moriarty, Staff Writer The University Museum is set to showcase a traveling exhibit comprised of wartime photographs and other related works produced by renowned combat photographers and journalists. The University Mu...

Spotlight on student art: Whitney Milewski

January 28, 2015

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Sophomore Whitney Milewski braved the storm with her camera on Tuesday night, finding beauty in the last hours of the blizzard. Milewski is a Biomedical Science major from Haverhill, Massachusetts....

Wildcat Country

January 28, 2015

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Newsroom noise: #throwbackthursday

January 28, 2015

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Hawking movie review

December 5, 2014

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By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer When it comes to going to the movies, there aren’t many that will get me out of the house to justify the arm and a leg that I have to spend for a ticket to actually get in the theater. But when I heard that there was going to be a movie about the legendary Stephen Hawking...

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