Whatever the inspiration, Burroughs has written a self help book of his own: “This is How: Help for the Self.” He’ll be in at the Portland Pubic Library on Thursday, April 25 to talk about the book and offer advice on how to fall in love, be a good mental patient, end your life, be confident, be fat, be thin, feel less regret, feel like s@%#, and ride an elevator. Plus other essentials.
Portland Paddle aims to change that. The company, run by Quigley and co-owner Zack Anchors, will offer kayak and paddleboard tours, rentals, and lessons from their “mobile unit” at East End Beach. No doubt visitors from away will appreciate the chance to get up close and personal with Portland’s waters. But Portland Paddle also hopes to give locals the opportunity to experience their own watery backyard – maybe for the first time.
Sebago Brewing Company has announced the 4th annual Brewing For A Cause, slated for April 20. Limited to only 20 guest brewers will be invited into the brewery to work alongside Sebago brewers Jon and Kevin. Attendees will participate in the brewing process, sample beers, swap recipes, and take home a case of bombers.
Do you have a well behaved little dog with a face only a mother could love? The Public Theatre, Lewiston/Auburn’s Professional Theatre, is casting an “ugly little dog” to appear briefly onstage in its upcoming production of the romantic comedy The Last Romance.
Over 75 independent films from Maine, US, and around the world, you’ll find Q&A sessions with filmmakers; a book signing, Q&A, and concert by “Survivorman” Les Stroud; and the world premiere of The Peloton Project, a local documentary executive produced by Patrick Dempsey.
PORTLAND – We’ve all had rock ‘n’ roll dreams (center stage, big crowds, pushing the limits of the sound equipment,…
For local yogis who aren’t deterred by thoughts of see-through yoga pants – or yoga novices who’ve suddenly discovered an interest – there’s going to be a whole lot of yoga going on at Portland’s East End school this summer.