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  • Paula Cole celebrates 20th anniversary of “This Fire” with show in Arundel

    She had never watched the Grammys when she got nominated for seven of them. Read on

  • Frightened Rabbit, Bullwheel Music Festival, Mary Fahl and Silversun Pickups

    Scottish indie-rock, multi-genred festival, vocal powerhouse and alternative rock Read on

  • Lobster shack season: 21 authentic places to eat Maine seafood

    A quintessential sign that the long Maine winter has finally come to an end is the reemergence of lobster shacks, to the delight of locals and visitors alike. Read on

  • Maine’s town festivals and fairs offer a laid-back way to have fun in a picturesque setting

    During the summer, there are such festivals all over the state, where the lines won't be as long and the parking won't be a huge hassle. But there will be amusement rides, fireworks, parades, boat rides, food and music. Read on

  • Of all the brew fests, this one’s the best

    Maine Brewers' Guild's Summer Session is Saturday at Thompson's Point. Read on

  • Painter makes accidents happen

    Linda Murray shows her experimental art in Kennebunk. 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

  • Summer festivals in Maine: 40+ ways to celebrate Moxie, lobster, windjammers & more

    We sure do love a good festival in Maine. And we have plenty of them. From waterfront lobster celebrations to street festivals that champion Maine blueberries, clams, whoopie pies and hot air balloons (and one with a rolling wheel of cheese), these festivals make Maine summers even greater. Read on

  • Sweet Angel offers bulk for a bargain Thai in Brunswick

    At Sweet Angel in Brunswick, lunch is a sweet deal Read on

  • Hiss & Chambers reunites and Tim Mercer releases “Casey”

    80s inspired alternative rock from Hiss & Chambers and the healing power of music by Tim Mercer Read on

  • Live cheap: FREE things to do in Maine this summer

    So you're broke. Or maybe saving up for something special, like a running kilt or hovercraft. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy your Maine summer. There's plenty of free things to do around here. Read on

  • Ready, set, make a movie: It’s time for the 48 Hour Film Project

    Teams have 48 hours to complete a film, then compete. Read on

  • Norway Brewing Co. pays homage to town and country

    A couple with Norwegian ties opens a brewpub in the town of Norway. Read on

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