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April 27, 2015
Take a Sneak Peek of This Year’s Kitchen Tour Homes

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April 24, 2015
Emotions Rule at Opera Connection, April 25

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It’s always interesting to learn the backstories of great works of art, and to experience those “aha” moments of connection between history and the present day.

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April 6, 2015
Film Discussion: A Most Violent Year

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One thing we don’t really expect from movies these days is surprise. About as close as most MallPlex movies get to it is knocking off an unexpected person in one of its “serious” presentations.

Tomorrow night, we will be discussing A Most Violent Year, a critically acclaimed drama about a man trying to get started in the oil delivery business in New York City in the 1980s.

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April 3, 2015
From Alt-Rock Reunion to Soulful Folk: #PSSF15

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We are thrilled to be presenting an immensely talented lineup of artists for our fourth annual Portsmouth Singer Songwriter Festival April 16-18.

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March 25, 2015
2015 Kitchen Tour: The Inside Scoop from Ann Kendall

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From cottage homes to contemporary houses, take a peek inside some of the finest coastal kitchens in Kittery Point, Maine during our 2015 Kitchen Tour on Saturday May 9. This year also features the addition of more new trolleys to easily transport patrons from home to home. Why do we expect this to be our best Kitchen Tour ever? Content Editor Regina Baraban recently got the inside scoop from Ann Kendall, a long-time supporter of the Music Hall and the Seacoast Arts Community, who serves on The Music Hall Board of Directors and is co-chair for this year’s Kitchen Tour Committee. Ann’s home in Kittery, with its sunlit, state-of-the-art open concept kitchen, is on the tour this year. She filled us in on what’s new, and why the tour makes the best Mother’s Day outing ever.

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March 16, 2015
Film Discussion: Still Alice

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Ambrose Bierce, the 19th century writer whose mordant wit still stings in the 21st, wrote once that “War is God’s way of teaching Americans geography.”

If that’s true, then aging must be God’s way of teaching us medicine.

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