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2015 Kitchen Tour: The Inside Scoop from Ann Kendall Interviews

2015 Kitchen Tour: The Inside Scoop from Ann Kendall

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. Read More Read More
Film Discussion: Still Alice Wildcard

Film Discussion: Still Alice

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. Read More Read More
Film discussion: The Theory of Everything Wildcard

Film discussion: The Theory of Everything

So, the Oscars. Well, that was a fun night, wasn’t it? Too long? Yes. Occasionally boring? Yes. A little deficient in the hosting department? Yes. But what the heck. The Oscars are the one night every year when I get my film-geek on, wallowing in the glam, the glurge, the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Plus the unapologetic gaping at the purty clothes on the beautiful people. Read More Read More
The Story behind the Stories: Moth Mainstage Interviews

The Story behind the Stories: Moth Mainstage

The Moth Mainstage returns to Portsmouth for a second year on Saturday, March 21 with a new theme (Bait and Switch), a new host (Tom Bodett) and a new group of storytellers. TMH’s Deputy Director of Programming/Performing Arts Curator, Thérèse LaGamma reached out to the show’s Producing Director, Sarah Austin Jenness to learn more about their process and why the show has come to resonate with so many of us. Read More Read More

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