Engine in Biddeford is compiling a bunch of selfies for an art show — yes, you could walk into a Biddeford art gallery and see your own face framed as art. All you have to do is add the hashtag #SELFtheshow to one of your selfies on Instagram (or Twitter or Tumblr) before May 19.
Years ago I took "modern dance" in college out of desperation to fulfill a gen-ed requirement. After the first class my professor emailed me asking if I should be graded differently because of my disability.
I don't have a disability. Yes, that actually happened.
This was my first dance class since then.
Learning isn't just for babies. If you find yourself thinking, "I've always wanted to ____, but I don't know how" we're here to help. Beekeeping? Paddle boarding? How about burlesque? Whatever your dream, there are a lot of cheap classes and workshops in Maine this spring. Here are our top picks:
Running is hard and painful, but there’s something motivating about a race. Especially for people like me who think walking down Congress Street is a competition. At $1.33 a race, the Back Cove 5K summer running series is where it's at.
You probably haven't been planning and you just realized it's about to be April — and really, with this weather, we can't blame you if you thought it was still February. So these pranks are quick and cheap and probably won't get you fired (no guarantees):
Roll out the mats. Maine YogaFest returns to Portland on July 12 and 13. The yoga-centric festival drew over 500 yogis - from novices to the well-practiced - to Portland's East End last year for a weekend of yoga workshops, meditation, and music. Now in its second year, organizers are adding even more to this year's two-day event.