Keyword: Common Fence Point Improvement Association
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PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Community Center was a crowded place Friday night for “Articulations: An Outsider Art Show.” The show featured works of art that were … more
PORTSMOUTH — In keeping with its goal of opening its door to wider segments of the community, Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) is hosting an upcoming art exhibit … more
PORTSMOUTH — If the long lines on Wednesday were any indication, Common Fence Point Improvement Association’s (CFPIA) food truck series should be a success. The CFPIA debuted its … more
PORTSMOUTH — There were plenty of platform shoes, sequins, loud shirts and bell bottoms to be seen Friday night at the Common Fence Point Improvement Association’s “Disco … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) wants its community hall to be a local hub for the arts going forward, and it certainly looked like one last week. In … more
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Common Fence Point Improvement Association (CFPIA) envision their community hall to be a welcoming place for all, and they’re putting that philsophy to … more
PORTSMOUTH — Susan Young’s story had a happy ending, but she knows how close she came to not being able to tell it. Four years ago, Ms. Young suffered a massive heart attack while … more
PORTSMOUTH — Tom Stewart, one of four comics who had a capacity crowd cackling all night at the Common Fence Point Community Hall, noted that he used to be a local traffic … more
PORTSMOUTH — Wanted: Highly motivated person to act as musical director for small, nonprofit group that hosts popular, weekly concert series in neighborhood community … more
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