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Show & Tell: Gloria Bell

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Bon appétit, Kitchen Tour! Interviews

Bon appétit, Kitchen Tour!

With the annual Kitchen Tour fast approaching (save the date: May 11, 2019), we took the opportunity to chat with Anne Young, a Music Hall member at the Advocate Level and the homeowner of one of the stunning kitchens featured on this year’s Tour. Read More Read More
Freewaves Friday for 3/22/19 Freewave Fridays

Freewaves Friday for 3/22/19

Our Deputy Director of Programming and music curator has just returned SXSW Music Conference in Austin. Today she shares with us some of her discoveries. Tune in to hear her on Fridays from 8-10am on WUNH via live streamingat www.wunh.org or on your radio dial at 91.3 FM.  Read More Read More
Show & Tell: On the Basis of Sex Show & Tell

Show & Tell: On the Basis of Sex

In New Hampshire, spring is a process rather than an event, and we’re being given a textbook example of that process. Snow banks diminish, but linger, resolving into slop. Daytime temperatures inch toward comfort, but aren’t there yet, and nights still put a skim of ice on the puddles. So, unless you’re a spring skier, the out of doors just isn’t the place to be right now. Read More Read More
Review: Bohemian Rhapsody Film

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury is one of the most talented rock singer of all time. It is no small feat to tell his story and live up to the grandeur of him. Bohemian Rhapsody takes a crack at telling the story of Freddie from the time he joined Queen in 1970 to their performance at Live Aid in 1985—a performance called “Queen’s best live show.” Read More Read More
Bringing New Orleans to Portsmouth Music

Bringing New Orleans to Portsmouth

Summer is right around the corner and we are looking forward to kicking it off with a festive concert outside at the Worth Lot on Sunday, June 16. Working with the City of Portsmouth, we’ll host the Concert in the Lot right in our backyard. Read More Read More
Show & Tell: Burning Show & Tell

Show & Tell: Burning

Some months have a character that’s pretty much set in stone. February, for instance, is usually cold enough to freeze the nuts off a steel bridge. End of story. March, on the other hand, is often a wild-card, sometimes showing bursts of strengthening sun and making us all look for the snowdrops and sometimes just hammering us with snow/sleet/slush/mud/ice, etc. Read More Read More

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