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  • Need a last-minute costume? Look to Maine politics.

    Let these news makers help with your Halloween attire. Read on

  • 10 Songs in the key of…The Portland Tree Guy

    Because we really needed some light-hearted news, I salute the Portland Tree man in song Read on

  • Portland City Hall gets possessed

    Portland's parks department puts on its first haunted house. Read on

  • Biker or not, anyone can have fun at Bentley’s

    The Arundel biker bar has everything from hog roasts to hanging bras. Read on

  • Hot diggity dog! You can KETCHUP with the Wienermobile this weekend in Maine

    You can KETCHUP with the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile at several spots this Halloween weekend Read on

  • Join the cult and fall for “Phantasm” — J.J. Abrams did

    A remastered version of the oddball horror film is playing at the Nickelodeon on Thursday. Read on

  • 2016 Spooktacular Halloween Events

    This Halloween you'll be ready for a cauldron full of fun and frights with our creeptastic events guide! Read on

  • Two Friday night Portland shows to choose from…or hit both!

    Scary good shows coming Friday Read on

  • Portland on a plate: The city’s distinctive dishes

    From mashed potato pizza at Otto and the brown butter lobster roll at Eventide, to maple bacon donuts at Holy Donut and Scratch Baking Co. bagels, these are some of the bites you must have when in or around Portland. Read on

  • Hit the road, and then the trail, from these byways

    Maine has a number of scenic byways to let you take in the sights – first from your car and then from afoot. Read on

  • Forget your hipster cred and have a Pumpkinhead — or at least a few sips

    Ah, memories. Travel back to simpler beer-drinking times with these classic Maine fall ales. Read on

  • Love letter to Terra Cotta Pasta Co. in South Portland…so much more than just pasta

    Terra Cotta Pasta Co. has a lot to offer, but you might find love at first bite Read on

  • Rediscover Matisse in exhibit of his art books

    The books on view at the Portland Museum of Art show a side of the artist that's rarely seen. Read on

  • 29 stunning photos of fall foliage in Maine (and some perfect spots to leaf peep)

    Dang, those leaves sure do look purty this time of year. And while locals might give the influx of "leaf peepers" a hard time, there's truly no shame in staring. Read on

  • 26 of Maine’s most beautiful places (to see before you die)

    Maine's a beaut. Ain't no doubt about it. She's smart, too, and has quite the personality, but we can't help stopping to stare at her rocky coast, cascading falls, and miles of mountaintops. No matter where you go in this state, there's something unique to gawk at, but we've culled together a list of some of the finest spots to get an eyefull of Maine. Read on

  • In Oxbow’s neck of the woods, it’s a locavore’s paradise

    The Newcastle brewery hosts Goods from the Woods on Saturday. Read on

  • Week 7 on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail: The end, and a shower, in sight

    Collin Blunk reflects on his final week before finishing his 52-day solo kayak trip. Read on

  • Over-the-top performances bring humor to this family feud

    "Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike" opens this season of the Good Theater. Read on

  • Early Music Festival adapts to new following

    Concerts begin Friday at St. Luke's and continue at the Portland Conservatory of Music. Read on

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