A new wave of Maine wrestlers puts a beatdown on the Pine Tree State’s reputation as a pro-wrestling backwater.
In our era of binging on full seasons of hour-long television shows, tackling an eight-episode short-form series should be a piece of cake. Right?
25 years ago this month, the previously undefeated Black Bears suffered a rare home-ice loss against archrival Boston University. The next night, they avenged the setback with a 6–1 thumping of BU, and they wouldn’t lose again, home or away, the rest of the season, going on to win the program’s first national title.
A Portland-based klezmer band hammers out a toe-tapping tradition.
Superman protects Metropolis, Batman fights for Gotham — but who’s watching over Maine?
At a natural history museum in Hinckley, the living meet the dead with the lights turned out.
Abbie Read has a passion for found objects — and books and paper and paintings. This month, she’s bringing together her eclectic interests in ayears-in-the-making installation in Brunswick.
Aislinn Sarnacki’s climb from copy desk intern to Maine trail guru.
Since 1999, the Acadia Birding Festival has grown from a get-together for locals to a grand to-do that draws diehard birders from across the country.
Folk trio Lula Wiles brings its breezy vocal harmonizing and sharp picking, bowing, and plucking back to Maine for this summer’s Kingfield Pops.
A baseball-bat manufacturer in Shirley Mills gets his call-up to the big leagues.
Built with straw bales, a Mount Desert Island home is practical, energy efficient, and beautiful.