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WARREN — Citing poor ticket sales, Common Fence Music (CFM) has canceled tonight’s (Nov. 16) scheduled performance by Honeysuckle and Four Bridges at Hope & Main in … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School Drama Club will present the French comedy “Tartuffe” on Thursday to Saturday, Nov. 15 to 17, at 7 p.m. more
PORTSMOUTH — Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston’s Downtown Crossing section, will give a free and open talk about the value of old and … more
NEWPORT — It seemed as though Common Fence Music (CFM) had finally hit the big time Saturday night.  more
NEWPORT — One of Common Fence Music’s most impressive lineup of singer-songwriters will be sharing the stage Saturday night, Nov. 3, for the second annual Fall Moon Festival. more
PORTSMOUTH — Every Student Initiative has been asked to help coordinate a “Let’s Talk About Mental Health” public forum from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at the … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Newport Car Museum recently delivered the first of two mini electric cars to Hasbro Children’s Hospital as part of its “Fast Five” raffle event. … more
PORTSMOUTH — For the fifth consecutive year, Save The Bay is leading International Coastal Cleanup efforts in Rhode Island, and there will be two events in Portsmouth this Saturday, Sept. … more
PORTSMOUTH — The U.S. Navy plans to close Burma Road Wednesday morning, Sept. 12, for paving work that will last about a month. more
PORTSMOUTH — Day three of Country Fest Newport is scheduled to be held at Thrive Coffee House in Island Park on Sunday, Sept. 16. But first the business needs to get permission from the … more
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