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The films in this list make you want to grab a packet of heirloom seeds, dig holes and rip out weeds. Spend the night watching one of these films featuring gardens, farm families, or farm country. Green Card – Gerard Depardieu plays an out-of-work French composer who enters into an arranged marriage with an American horticulturist, played… Read on
“The Human Scale,” a documentary being shown at Space Gallery on March 12, laments modern cities for focusing more on space for cars, than livable and affordable environments for people. Read on
Nearly 100 years ago, Teddy Roosevelt wrote about "delicious nights" with dear friends under the stars in Maine. His legacy is re-enacted by a reprisor who has followed his footsteps back to Maine. Meet Joe Weigand. Read on
Come experience the participatory culinary edible exhibition at Portland’s Museum of African Culture. The next “edible exhibit” is Thursday, December 13 at 6 pm. The edible exhibition is a series of dinners for 8 to 12 people and the menu for each event will feature an assortment of traditional Haitian dishes. Each dinner will be… Read on
Most department stores don't appreciate it when shoppers make themselves at home in the bedding department, invite over some friends, and take in a couple of movies. But during the Ground Floor Film Series at Portland Flea-for-All this Wednesday, you're encouraged to hang out among the goods-for-sale, have some dinner, and catch a screening of "Annie Hall." Read on