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Thirst of its kind: UNH grads introduce new spiked still water

A new spiked still water — think of an alcoholic seltzer, but without the bubbles — is now available in more than 300 independently owned stores across New Hampshire and Massachusetts. NOCA, which stands for “no carbonation,” comes in three flavors – dragon fruit mango, watermelon lime and triple berry. It contains 4.5 ABV, 95 […]

Andrew’s Adventure: Gyrotonic Seacoast

Where I went: Gyrotonic Seacoast (225 Atlantic Ave in North Hampton, 603-828-8155, What is is: Gyrotonic Seacoast is the only Gyrotonic facility in New Hampshire, and it offers a unique three-dimensional routine that is similar to that of tai chi, yoga and plyometric practices and is run by Kathryn Londoff. The Gyrotonic method (with […]

4 Shore Things: July 26-August 1

    Free beach entertainment Nightly concerts at the Sea Shell Stage on Ocean Boulevard in Hampton are for all ages, and there are two each night. The first is from 7 to 8 p.m., and the second is from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Coming up this week: Friday, July 27: The Voice Saturday, July […]

4 Shore Things: Feb. 22th- March 7th

IGNITE: We Are All Human Head to the Exeter Town Hall (10 Front St.) on Friday, March 2, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. for a night of dance, music and education to celebrate multiculturalism in New Hampshire, featuring Deo Mwano, founder of Movement From Above, and special guests. Deo Mwano is a choreographer and dancer. […]

4 Shore Things: Jan. 25th-Feb. 7th

 Adventure in Iceland? The Seacoast Science Center will host a no-obligation presentation on its upcoming Icelandic Eco-Adventure on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 6 p.m. The trip, which will highlight the island’s most amazingly beautiful and dramatic contrasts, will be held Sept. 18 to Sept. 27. Located along the Mid-Atlantic ridge at the juncture of the […]

4 Shore Things: Jan. 11th-24th

Chaplin film Silent film with live music returns to Phillips Exeter Academy with a screening of Charlie Chaplin’s classic comedy/drama The Kid (1921) on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. The special program will be presented with live music by silent film accompanist Jeff Rapsis. The screening is free and open to the public and […]

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