Art Back To The Land The land's the thing in the work of Harrison Bird Brown, a Portland native who began his career painting signs on the city's waterfront. But he quickly moved from commerce to nature, painting scenes of the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, the White Mountains, and the Alps. In Vividly
Your November mystery photograph was taken in Prospect Harbor at the Stinson Seafood cannery. The roof in the foreground belongs to my mother, Elaine Bean. She bought this pink house in the late 1960s or early 1970s. The people that had it for sale sold it to her for little or nothing if she promised
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Theater The Show Must Go On "Write what you know," they say. So it's no wonder that British playwright Michael Frayn dreamed up Noises Off, the classic tale of an inept theater troupe's struggle to finish its tour amidst the havoc of lovers' quarrels, eccentric actors, and stray sardines. Jan. 23 - Feb.
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Art Oh, The Humanity Add a little depth to your social calendar with a viewing of Francisco Goya: Los Caprichos. The exhibit features a series of eighty black-and-white prints published in 1799 that satirize the foibles of late eighteenth-century Spanish society and humanity in general. Described by
The beef industry is booming in Maine, thanks to an ingenious new approach to farming.
Features The Big Picture A bold new venture has prompted people in Camden to start discussing what they really want their town to be. By Michaela Cavallaro American Classics Thomas Lie-Nielsen has carved out a niche by making the best woodworking tools in the country. By Jeff Clark Is Saddleback Really
Dance Culture Shock Start with Stravinsky's seminal composition The Firebird. Then add original hip-hop beats and a troupe of eight dancers from the United States, Colombia, and Japan who've worked with Jurassic 5 and Diddy. The result? Not your typical ballet. DecaDanceTheatre vs. The Firebird comes
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