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  • 2018 can’t-miss Halloween events

    Halloween events stretch over several days and the fun includes several dance parties. Read on

  • Where to watch the World Series in Portland

    Gather with your fellow Red Sox fanatics and get ready to cheer! Read on

  • For drinks and dessert, Homage hits the spot

    The Freeport restaurant and bar opened in February. Read on

  • 2018 Can’t-miss fall events in Maine

    It doesn't get much better than autumn in Maine so get out there and do stuff! There are plenty of fantastic options. Read on

  • Hear from a writer who can speak to all beer drinkers

    The author of 'Drink Beer, Think Beer,' John Holl will be at Print in Portland on Thursday. Read on

  • Nellie McKay, Heather Pierson & Bernice Martin and Postmodern Jukebox

    Catch fantastic shows in Rockland, Norway and Portland from a diverse range of acts. Read on

  • Fans to slam the Beatles in Bath, and it’s a good thing

    More than a dozen local celebrities will recite at Saturday's Beatles Poetry Slam at Chocolate Church Arts Center. Read on

  • Hiking in Maine: Take advantage of the National Trails System Act, and go take a hike

    Celebrate the law's 50-year anniversary and enjoy a great day outdoors. Read on

  • Kurt Baker is home for the Hallow day

    The former Mainer, now living in Spain, has a show Halloween night at Portland House of Music. Read on

  • Staged spooky story showcase ‘Haunting Hour’ aims to out-boo itself

    The Portland Stage production is back for the second year. Read on

  • Battling illnesses, artist Amy Stacey Curtis moves forward with an exhibition of drawings

    Bates College Museum of Art opens 'Time and Place' on Saturday. Read on

  • Trevett artist who lived through one war explores of the ravages of another in her paintings

    Through Nov. 11, Brenda Bettinson shows a new series of paintings about World War I and reminds viewers, 'It could happen here.' Read on

  • What would Stephen King do? Find out at Portland’s new improv theater

    The Fresnel Theater on Free Street features 'Improvised Stephen King' through October. Read on

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