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PJ Beaudet, the store manager of Cotillion Bureau.

Cotillion Bureau: A Hotspot for Vintage Clothing in Portsmouth NH

Sophia Schlichtmann, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

PORTSMOUTH, NH- If you’ve ever seen a vintage dress and romanticized an entire backstory for it, the carefully curated vintage clothing of Cotillion Bureau (CB) might be for you. CB is a consignment...

The 27th Annual Portsmouth Halloween Parade

The 27th Annual Portsmouth Halloween Parade

Rhianwen Watkins, Arts Editor November 8, 2022

All I could see were the backs of heads. Many were adorned with skeleton masks, witch hats or something of the sort. They bobbed excitedly, chattering with those next to them, eagerly anticipating the...

Museum of New Art’s ‘Broken Open’ Exhibit

Museum of New Art’s ‘Broken Open’ Exhibit

Aly Avakova, Contributing Writer October 5, 2022

Portsmouth, NH- The Museum of New Art in Portsmouth (MONA) said goodbye on Sept. 25 to its most recent exhibition, ‘Broken Open.’ The show was free to the public as MONA is a non-profit and operates...

Portsmouth’s Fresh Press: Living the Brand

Portsmouth’s Fresh Press: Living the Brand

Sarah Levine December 17, 2021
Friendly service greets the guests who peruse a variety of organic foods at downtown Portsmouth’s Fresh Press. 
Saying goodbye to the beloved Portsmouth whale wall

Saying goodbye to the beloved Portsmouth whale wall

Rhianwen Watkins October 13, 2021
For current and previous Portsmouth citizens, the famed Whale Wall overlooking the Worth parking lot has been a source of pride for the past 28 years. However, the mural is now undergoing deconstruction which has received an array of reactions from the Portsmouth public. 

Business booms in Market Square

Rhianwen Watkins September 22, 2021
The 43rd annual Market Square Day festivities took place once again this year after being canceled in 2020, in the heart of downtown Portsmouth. 

The smooth snips of The Man Cave Cut and Style

Hannah Donahue September 12, 2019
The Man Cave Cut and Style in Portsmouth, NH is a hidden gem with excellent quality haircuts

Summer Issue: Best of Portsmouth

Bret Belden May 5, 2016

Affordable eatery: Lexie’s Joint “Peace, Love, Burgers” is Lexie’s philosophy. I love Lexie’s burgers and am even more satisfied when I see the restaurant’s prices. Burger patties are offered...

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

Bret Belden February 5, 2015

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...

Cinemagic celebrates anniversary with one dollar movies

Bret Belden February 5, 2015

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...

Seacoast musician speculates on music scene

Bret Belden November 21, 2014

By Charlie Weinmann, Arts Editor Expressing a tasteful blend of soft rock, synth pop, folk and psychedelic, Chris Cote’s Almanac Mountain project began in 2010 with the release of the When In Nature...

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