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  • Where to dine with your dog in Greater Portland

    Dogs are welcome to tag along at these pet-friendly Portland-area restaurants. They may even get a drink of water or a treat. Read on

  • With light, music and movement, ‘No Plan B’ opens at Fort Knox and Thompson’s Point

    Choreographer Alison Chase creates an immersive tent event. Read on

  • The Secret Sisters are back with a new album and three nearby shows

    The harmonizing Rogers sisters play two shows in Maine and a sold-out one in NH Read on

  • Flip Creperie brings a little bit of France to Willard Square

    The owners of the new South Portland spot left corporate jobs to train to cook France. Read on

  • With New England-style IPAs, sometimes hazy just means lazy

    When not done right, it's like the Nickelback of beers. Read on

  • Maine mini adventure: Pick a hike at Grafton Notch State Park then refuel at Sunday River Brewing

    Newry and Bethel offer plenty of photo ops. Read on

  • Cheverus grad in Hollywood on his ‘anti-John Hughes’ love story

    Ian McDonald's 'Some Freaks' had a theatrical release earlier this year and is now available online. Read on

  • On the move in East Bayside, Bare Portland presents ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’

    The play opens at the Grotto and meanders through the neighborhood. Read on

  • A lively mix of tunes from Bangor to Portland to Camden

    Catch Las Cafeteras on Thursday in Camden, Bonobo on Friday and the American Folk Festival all weekend long Read on

  • Maine-made rock opera ‘One Way Trip to Mars’ premieres in Waterville

    Written and directed by Bath residents, the show goes up Thursday at the Waterville Opera House. Read on

  • Things to do in Portland – A visitor’s guide to Maine’s most exciting city

    So you're visiting Portland, eh? It's a cool city with lots of amazing food - but you know that. Congress Street is a hub of art, shops and life. A quick walk toward the ocean will bring you to the Old Port, with its cobblestone streets, salty breezes and lots of ice cream and touristy stores. Read on

  • Zen’s happy hour is a happy medium between old-school and trendy

    You can get a Blood Orange Cosmo and some crab Rangoons at the bar at this West End Chinese restaurant. Read on

  • 2017 Agricultural Fairs in Maine

    We've got many of Maine's late summer and early fall agricultural fairs rounded up so pick a few and get out there! Read on

  • 7 great beach walks in Southern Maine

    We've rounded up seven southern Maine beaches for you to choose from as you plan your next morning constitutional, afternoon excursion, play date or sunset stroll. Read on

  • Hiking in Maine: Celebrate 80 years of the Appalachian Trail

    Here are half a dozen overnight hikes to give you a little taste of the AT in Maine. Read on

  • Take it outside: 50+ decks and patios to eat and drink in the sun

    Take advantage of the rays and warm weather and have your drink outside on one of the sweet decks at these Maine bars and restaurants, because cocktails always taste better outside. Read on

  • Maine summer bucket list: 24 ways to make the most of it

    Make the most of your summer because it won't last forever Read on

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