5 Things to Know in Portsmouth This Week (2/25/19)

Punxsutawney Phil lied. He said spring was coming shortly, but there’s no proof of that in Portsmouth. Two snowstorms, a winter monsoon of sorts and loads of freezing rain have caused slip and slide conditions and lots of flooded basements. There’s been little to nothing to warm the hearts and souls on the seacoast—at least not weather-wise. Fortunately, Portsmouth offers lots to while away the hours until the sun is a bit higher in the sky.

Mad Haus at Seacoast Rep

The Red Light Series, an adults-only facet of Seacoast Rep, presents Mad Haus on Wednesday, February 27 at 8 p.m. The performance is unique, and may include strong language, nudity or suggestive themes, but will prove to be a fabulous show. Tickets are available online

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Celebrating Green at Ceres Gallery

“Celebrating Green” is the theme at Ceres Gallery on Friday, March 1 from 5-8 p.m. Enjoy a stunning art exhibit, along with live music, food and festivities. This event is free.

The Accidentals at the North Church

See the Accidentals perform at the North Church on Sunday, March 3 at 7 p.m. as part of their North Church Soul Café series. These nationally-acclaimed singers are deemed “genre melding” by critics, so there’s sure to be something everyone will enjoy.

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The Enormous Tiny Art Show

For "wonderful, irresistible, and entirely original tiny art," head to the Enormous Tiny Art Show at Nahcotta on Friday, March 1 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This exhibition is truly something unique.  

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Traveling Vacuum Cleaners Raises Antennae of Portsmouth Police Department

Apparent vacuum cleaners make haste and travel away from their living quarters in Portsmouth. This has raised the ire and the antennae of the Portsmouth Police Department, who is asking for the public’s help in helping them find their way back home.

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