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  • Embrace the holidays! 30+ can’t-miss holiday events in southern Maine

    This holiday season, get out there and have fun. Our handy guide is bursting with ideas so chug some eggnog and have at it! Read on

  • John Whelan, Low Lily & Katie McNally, Heather Pierson Jazz Trio, Burns Sister and Turkuaz

    The Turning of the Year: A Holiday Celebration, the music from 'A Charlie Brown Christmas,' a Celtic Christmas show and a nine-piece power funk band Read on

  • Dreamy progressive folk sounds of Tall Heights at Empire on Saturday

    If the songs are this good on the album, the live show will be downright transcendent. Read on

  • Sing along on tour of light displays in Bath

    The free Christmas caroling trolley rides are on Friday and Saturday evenings. Read on

  • Feel at home at Shays, inside or out

    The Monument Square grill pub is a great place to chill and chat. Read on

  • Five shows for First Friday

    A finale at 3fish and family ties at Daunis Fine Jewelry. Read on

  • When it comes to navigating holiday sales, it helps to be crafty

    Tips for making your way around the state's craft fairs. Read on

  • El Rayo’s Portland redux is less quirky, but much quicker

    The food is just as fresh and tasty at the new Free Street location. Read on

  • Q&A with Suzanne Vega, striking singer-songwriter since the ’80s

    The singer-songwriter will perform in Bath on Sunday night songs inspired by writer Carson McCullers Read on

  • ‘Traces of the Trade’ documentary uncovers the North’s history with slavery

    St. Luke’s Cathedral in Portland will host a screening of a documentary film that unearths a hidden legacy of slavery in America on Saturday. Read on

  • Too full for beer? Try Bonfire Spirit

    The whiskey-like liquor is made with an ale from Sebago Brewing Co. Read on

  • ‘Killer of Sheep’ could mark death of film in Portland

    The cult classic may be the last movie projected on 35mm film at the Portland Museum of Art. Read on

  • With One Eye Open, college pals are living their dream

    The USM grads are working day jobs and brewing on the weekend. Read on

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