Celebrate Ireland, Irish food, Irish drink, and Irish-Americans this St. Patrick’s Day. There’s plenty of Irish music and revelry at Irish Pubs around southern Maine, as well as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Plunge, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Shamrock Shuffle bar crawl and scavenger hunt, Blarney Days, and plenty more.
Portland’s models, talent and industry took a night off to socialize at Think Tank, a co-working space on Congress Street,…
This month’s First Friday Art Walk in Portland features a knockout exhibition of collage work by 10 Maine artists. “Collage x 10″ is a celebration of the medium through the eyes of our state’s most masterful artists.
Fire. It’s a classic way to warm up. And so…pretty…to stare at… So if you’re going to be roaming about in Maine this winter, it’s not a bad idea to know where the local heat sources are. In fact, there are a load of ways to beat the chill around here.
Tales of design, life and creativity onstage during PechaKucha #26 at Asylum, Portland on Thursday. PechaKucha is a fast-paced, friendly…
Nominations for Propel’s 2014 entreverge awards were kicked of on February 26 at Think Tank, a co-working space in Portland….
The moon hangs high and watchful over a quiet Portland in the early AM hours. It’s the early sunrises like this, near our lighthouses, that make you grateful to be a Mainer.
There are three harsh realities that keep many people from fully committing to dating in Maine. And they are facts people cling to like life preservers as excuses for being alone forever. But there is hope, and it comes in the form of tough love.
The 72 photographs in “Images of Change: Greater Portland’s Cityscape Since 1960″ illustrate the city’s evolution. It is on view now at the Lewis Gallery at the Portland Public Library.
The Snowman Adventure Race is a two-person relay that includes a run, a bike ride, and a sled ride down…