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Recreational boating may be a year-round sport for some, but for most the traditional recreational season is a little more than two months away. “First District Coast Guard, Northern Region. … more
PORTSMOUTH — March is National Youth Art Month and you can celebrate it by taking in some of the unique artwork created by local students at several different locations in town. The opening … more
PORTSMOUTH — Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is hosting a community presentation, “Reducing Gun Violence,” from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at The Valley Inn 221 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local residents will have another chance to view the original document that marked the founding of Portsmouth 380 years ago. The Portsmouth Compact, signed in 1638, is kept … more
The Collaborative, an all-volunteer nonprofit arts organization, will be holding free art classes for middle and high school students during the month of March. The classes will be held at the Mary … more
Over half of the donated oars and paddles — the older and more weatherbeaten the better, have been painted and decorated by top area artists in advance of the Westport River Watershed Alliance’s … more
Jeremy Grantham, renowned environmentalist, investor and philanthropist, will be the guest speaker when the Westport River Watershed Alliance holds its Annual Meeting on Sunday, March 4 at … more
Dan Logan will show his images of birds in flight, taken during the past three years in Bristol County, when the Paskamansett Bird Club meets at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at the Community … more
Looking for something special to make for your honey for Valentine’s Day? These muffins say I love you.I recently made ricotta with a cheese-making kit I got for Christmas. It came out great. … more
  To describe The Gamm Theatre’s production of Anton Chekov’s classic play “Uncle Vanya” ‘heartfelt’ is apt, but a gross understatement. Incredibly … more
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