Sometimes, highway safety is a laughing matter.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine
Two thumbs way up! Ken Eisen is the man behind the 100-film slate — and A-list special guests — at the Maine International Film Festival. (Just don’t tell him you like superhero movies.)
We asked 10 art-world luminaries to share the under-the-radar places where they find great Maine art.
Roses are red, volets are blue, Janet Mills is governor, and a poet too.
What if history’s powerful and pioneering women were celebrated and honored in public spaces? Abigail Gray Swartz is out to remix whole cityscapes with ambitious monuments to history’s “hidden figures.”
Artists in Their Studios is a photography project developed by the Maine Crafts Association to document Maine fine craft artists throughout the state in the spaces where they create.
These are a few of our favorite things — a look back at our first decade (or so) of illustrated holiday covers.
See southern Maine through the lens of Holly Star, a lighthearted holiday flick out this month.
The Unity College lumberjack team never lets the sawdust settle.
Portland playwright Bess Welden on creating a show with help from her city’s immigrant community.
Hundreds of revelers head to Peaks Island every fall for Sacred and Profane — even though the anything-goes celebration of the creative spirit is a big secret.