Top stories in arts and news for the New Hampshire Seacoast
For the next week, Maine state Rep. Deane Rykerson of Kittery Point will be blogging about his experiences as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, which begins July 25.
It’s shaping up to be a busy week at the Port of New Hampshire, with a tanker sailing this evening and a new ship arriving in port each of the next four days. Read about all five ships in this week's installment of Port Watch.
Sen. Bernie Sanders officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for president during an event in Portsmouth on Tuesday. But it was clear that not all of Sanders' supporters are prepared to back Clinton.
Electro-pop dance band Savasha, a trio of sisters from New Hampshire, describes their musical roots and their forthcoming album ahead of an upcoming show at The Press Room.
The seventh annual Seacoast Congress of Sound, featuring live music, art, and food, takes place Saturday at a new location, Rock Maple Woods in Strafford. Festival co-founder Stu Dias talks about this year's festivities.
Local painters Bill Paarlberg and Ken Fellows, who have a joint show opening this weekend at the Kittery Art Association, describe their work with watercolors.
Bubs Skateboard Shop in Newmarket is upholding the long tradition of uniting skateboarding and art with a one-night show featuring about a dozen artists on Saturday.
Exeter native Laura Waleryszak is the co-writer, co-producer, and co-star of "Her Story," a Web series that earned an Emmy nomination this month. Waleryszak talked to The Sound about the surprising success of the show, which is focused on transgender characters.
In the latest installment of the X-Men film franchise, Marvel Cinematic history is altered, Oscar Isaac delivers a bizarrely bad performance, and Professor X preemptively admonishes us to forget everything we see.
Last year, the Fill the Hall Food Drive collected five tons of food donations for the Seacoast Family Food Pantry. With requests for food aid rising, organizers are hoping to double that total this year.
The goal of Dover-based company Popzup Popcorn is to provide a healthier and more environmentally conscious method of popping popcorn while maintaining fresh taste and the convenience of the microwave.
A large crowd gathered in Market Square in Portsmouth for a Black Lives Matter vigil on Saturday and Sunday nights. all photos by Anna Solo