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  • Bowdoin shows portraits of the famous by photographer who lives in Harpswell

    The show features the work of Robert Freson – who lives in Harpswell and is still taking photos at age "92-and-a-half to be accurate" – and his mentor, the great photographer Irving Penn. Read on

  • Six new scripts come alive on stage at the Maine Playwrights Festival

    The two-week event opens Thursday at Portland Stage and moves to Bangor's Penobscot Theatre in early May. Read on

  • Richardson and Amarantos Quartet make a divine pair

    Murder By Death with Sarah Shook & The Disarmers is another worthy show to catch. Read on

  • Can’t Miss Spring events: Fast forward into warmer times

    Spring offers plenty of events that will get you outside and moving. Read on

  • Bird & Co. will make you believe that tacos and cocktails are all you need

    The new Woodfords Corner eatery has happy hour specials, including $5 margaritas, every day it's open. Read on

  • Taco & Tequila Crawl, WMPG Fashion Show: 10 things to do in Maine this weekend

    End your April on a spectacular note with these sensational events Read on

  • Satoko Fujii, Seepeoples and In Utero: femme Nirvana tribute

    Avant-garde jazz pianist, 'anti-genre indie pranksters' and a Nirvana Tribute show all this weekend in Portland Read on

  • ‘Stupid Questions’ comic Chris Distefano brings his act to Empire

    The New York-based comic hosts a show on Comedy Central and has appeared on late night talk shows. Read on

  • At long last, Aretha’s ‘Amazing Grace’ can be seen and heard

    And it's playing this week and next at the Portland Museum of Art. Read on

  • Get your helping of kelp during Seaweed Week

    Restaurants are incorporating seaweed in everything from fine dining dishes to cocktails and even ice cream for the celebration, which begins Friday. Read on

  • Dizzy Birds’ choices will make your head spin

    The new restaurant in Biddeford offers a wide array of 'elevated comfort food' to eat in or take out. Read on

  • Former Maine poet laureate pays tribute to his friends and colleagues

    Wesley McNair will reflect on the lives of his friends Donald Hall and Jane Kenyon in a reading at the Portland Public Library on Saturday. Read on

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