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Looking forward to a more open, safe summer in N.H.

Looking forward to a more open, safe summer in N.H.

Evan Edmonds May 7, 2021

New Hampshire is gearing up to reopen this summer after a long year of limitations and low interaction: the statewide mask mandate has been lifted and vaccination numbers continue to rise - Granite...

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On the spot: Nahcotta art gallery

Cassie Hollasch March 23, 2021

Tucked in the New Hampshire seacoast lies Nahcotta, a modern art gallery and boutique bursting with life. Portsmouth’s Nahcotta is a self-proclaimed beacon of inspiration and creativity. Nahcotta,...

Local artists adapt to pandemic-related challenges

Local artists adapt to pandemic-related challenges

Teddy Tauscher March 23, 2021

3S Artspace in Portsmouth has a new exhibition which opened March, 5 and will remain open until April, 25. This comes amid a pandemic that has made it harder for artists who deal in physical mediums...

Durham residents explore local walking trails

Durham residents explore local walking trails

Cassie Hollasch March 5, 2021

Two adventure-seeking Durham residents came up with a creative solution to explore the Seacoast during the pandemic.  Americans are in the unfortunate position of restricted travel due to the coronavirus...

Dream, Memory, History, and Craig Hill

Dream, Memory, History, and Craig Hill

Cassie Hollasch February 17, 2021

I had the opportunity to talk with Craig Hill about his current exhibit, Clusters, on display at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth. The eclectic mélange of comic, collage and culture is a trip. “History,...

Phantasmagoria” at 3S Artspace looks into memories of Portsmouth

“Phantasmagoria” at 3S Artspace looks into memories of Portsmouth

Cassie Hollasch January 21, 2021

Mia Rollins was determined to pursue a career in figure skating; ultimately, turning her passion into her dream job. At age 18 an ankle injury destroyed this possibility. Devastated, Rollins turned...

Restaurants explore outdoor accommodation ideas during Covid-19

Restaurants explore outdoor accommodation ideas during Covid-19

Cassie Hollasch December 4, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are on the rise in New Hampshire and the cold weather is taking away the option of outdoor seating for local restaurants. A possible solution? Outdoor dining igloos.  Plastic...

Portsmouth’s spike in COVID-19 cases spurs restaurant shutdowns

Portsmouth’s spike in COVID-19 cases spurs restaurant shutdowns

Evan Edmonds October 23, 2020

A recent increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been linked to several Portsmouth restaurants and led to temporary closures.  According to the New Hampshire...

TNH Review: Armando’s Restaurant

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

Armando’s Restaurant is an authentic Italian restaurant serving ​i cibi Napolitani (food from Napoli, Italy) and a wide variety of wine. Located on 70 State St. in Portsmouth, Armando’s...

Art ‘Round Town unites Portsmouth through art

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

When you think of great art, European cities come to mind: Madrid, Florence, even Paris. While Portsmouth’s no international creative hub, its monthly Art ‘Round Town event last Friday found artist...

5 fun things to do in… Portsmouth

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

The historical port-side city of Portsmouth, never fails to delight both residents and tourists alike. Only a 20-minute ride from campus, Portsmouth is a perfect cozy hang-out spot with...

The smooth snips of The Man Cave Cut and Style

Hannah Donahue September 12, 2019

What does my hair have in common with a dog rolling around out in the yard? It’s shaggy, unkempt, and there’s no telling what it’ll do next.   That’s how it was. That...

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