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Role Reversal

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When you read this, I’ll be, by the grace of God and the pilot’s skill, in Japan. I’ve... Read More »

Roni Horn aka Roni Horn

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Roni Horn is an androgynous artist. She wears horn-rimmed glasses and keeps her hair cropped short. She has... Read More »

Rough Point Beyond The Tour

Join us for an evening of short thematic talks that explore the art and people of Rough Point.... Read More »

Rough Point Beyond The Tour

Join us for an evening of short thematic talks that explore the art and people of Rough Point.... Read More »

Roundtable: Art on the Autism Spectrum

Professionals working at the intersection of art and autism gather to explore how a perceived disability becomes an... Read More »

Royal Arts and Craft Festival

The Royal Arts and Craft Festival will be held indoor at the Royal Plaza Trade Center, in Marlborough,... Read More »

Running in the Hot Summer Weather

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The New England region experienced some hot and humid weather over the past couple days, until a storm... Read More »

Running of the Brides

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Amy Bidder shares her first-hand experience at The Running of the Brides event—a unique, annual bridal sale held... Read More »

Running Wild (1927)

Silent film with live music by Jeff Rapsis Long before he entertained movie audiences with his nasal twang,... Read More »

RUSSIAN PORTRAITS

Kevin Rhodes conductor Yevgeny Kutik violin Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra PROKOFIEV Symphony No.1 PROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 2... Read More »

RWC Craft Fair

Forty-fourth annual indoor, juried craft fair with offerings from 100 crafters. Refreshments available for purchase. All proceeds to... Read More »

Ryan Montbleau

A Boston-based troubadour known for his soulful vocals and deft, bluesy fingerpicking guitar, Ryan Montbleau blends folk, soul,... Read More »

Sacred and Profane Portsmouth

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Frankly, I had no idea what to expect when I drove down to Portsmouth yesterday to check out... Read More »

Santa Claus is Coming to Tea

Afternoon themed teas are multi-course, multi-dimensional occasions that start with a soup course and then feature assorted savories... Read More »

Saturday Night Shindig – Celebrating the 40th Annual Harvest Fair at NBS

Way back in 1974, the Harvest Fair at the Norman Bird Sanctuary was born. To celebrate the forty... Read More »

Saying Rabbit, Rabbit | The Luck of the English

Saying Rabbit, Rabbit | The Luck of the English

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Today is the first day of the month and Rabbit! was the first word spoken in this house.... Read More »

Scarecrows of the Port

Scarecrows of the Port is a unique display of scarecrows throughout downtown Portsmouth and the Pease Tradeport. Come... Read More »

Scents of the Past

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A long winter often gives up some of our friends. February and March tend to be particularly rough... Read More »

School Around Us November Craft Fair

School Around Us 39th Annual Winter Craft Fair is Saturday, November 15th, 2014 from 9am to 4pm, at... Read More »

School Around Us Prelude Craft Fair

Saturday, December 13th School Around Us 3rd Annual Prelude Craft Fair in our 39th craft fair season is... Read More »

Science Starts In The Kitchen With Chef Nicole® at SEE Science Center

The exhibit, donated by Great NH Restaurants, was created by their own Corporate Chef, Nicole Barreira, known for... Read More »

Scuba Diving in New England

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A guest blogger!! Jen Kahn learned to scuba dive in a much warmer climate, Los Angeles, California. She... Read More »

Sculpture as Poetry in the Maine Landscape

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“For the last 19 years,” says June LaCombe, Maine’s one-woman outdoor sculpture campaign, “I have been trying to... Read More »

Sculpture Embraces Horticulture Exhibit

This summer, six regionally known sculptors will create original installations in Blithewold’s Gardens. Rhode Island sculptor and RISD... Read More »

Seco; a braised meat dish

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There’s a saying in Peru: Bueno es culantro pero no tanto. Translated, it means “Cilantro is good, but... Read More »

Senior Artists’ Show

Seniors Have Dreams Too Nonprofit Organization host their annual Senior Artists & Crafters at the Augusta Curtis Center... Read More »

Sergey Schepkin, piano

One of the world’s leading interpreters of Bach, pianist Sergey Schepkin has earned a reputation as an artist... Read More »



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