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Laurie Davidson Spaner, a daughter of the late Dr. Robert A. Davidson, performs at the “Broadway From Then ’Til Now” concert on Feb. 1 Photo by Jim McGaw.

Letter: ‘Broadway From Then ’Til Now’ a big success!

Letter: ‘Broadway From Then ’Til Now’ a big success!

To the editor: The fifth concert in memory of Dr. Robert A. Davidson, a Portsmouth resident and dentist in Tiverton, was held on a cold night in February and was a wonderful night of entertainment. Produced and directed by Craig Spaner, Dr. Davidson’s son-in-law and Laurie Davidson Spaner, his daughter, the show was a wonderful

Kim Kekligian Stamoulis performs “Little Girls” from the musical, “Annie.” Photo by Jim McGaw.

A ‘Broadway’ benefit in Portsmouth (gallery)

PORTSMOUTH — Six men — Kevin Silva, Gary Ryan, Dan Masterson, Adam Cavalieri, James Tallach and Craig Spaner — are on the Portsmouth High School stage, singing and gyrating along to “Let it Go” from “The Full Monty,” while taking off their ties. The crowd whoops and hollers, but alas, this is a family show. The ties

Marty Easley serves Michele Faust (left) and Marsha Scables in a preview of the 2013 Hidden Kitchens Tour & Tasting to be held Friday, May 10. All three women are volunteers.

Get your ticket for Portsmouth ‘hidden kitchens’ tour

PORTSMOUTH — If you’ve ever wanted to check out the view from Carnegie Tower, you’ll have your chance during the seventh annual Hidden Kitchens of Portsmouth Tour organized by the Portsmouth Public Education Foundation on Friday, May 10. It’s just one of seven stops on the tour of unique kitchens, which runs from 11 a.m. to

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