Frigid waters, jellyfish hordes, riptides, and things that go bump in the night — nothing has stopped sexagenarian Westbrook aqua-woman Pat Gallant-Charette on her quest to beat marathon swimming’s globe-spanning challenge.
Baharat is dishing up heaps of Middle Eastern cuisine staples in Portland.
One of Maine’s most accomplished chefs ditched his knife set for a camera and wound up creating a visual feast of a book about soups.
At the CMCA Biennial, a snapshot of Maine’s buzzing arts scene.
January is a big month for the PSO, from a conductorial debut to a world premiere to kid-friendly shows.
Why are Portsmouth restaurateurs crossing state lines?
See southern Maine through the lens of Holly Star, a lighthearted holiday flick out this month.
Julia Adams has logged a half-century with the Portland String Quartet.
Without a local Hanukkah celebration for her family to enjoy, Susan Montell decided to start one. Now, she’s organizing a community latke party for the 10th consecutive year.
The Unity College lumberjack team never lets the sawdust settle.
Serious chocoholics know the difference between hot cocoa and hot chocolate. This is the real deal.
Dawnland documentarian Adam Mazo discusses the history of Maine Wabanaki children taken from their parents.