From the highbrow(-ish) to the cult-y, these 25 Maine-media artifacts will stand the test of time.
Who was the enigmatic Monhegan painter, and why is her immense talent only beginning to get its due?
Shuttered in 2019, the much-mourned Portland roller rink reopened last summer, just down the street from its former location.
Recalling a mid-century storm for the ages, Cathie Pelletier's plea: don’t drop that digraph.
New chief curator Jaime DeSimone reflects on the museum’s reimagined exhibit spaces and ever-evolving approach to Maine art.
This time of year, hordes of Maine’s pond-hockey players take to the ice for the love of the game (and the family-reunion vibes).
The Colby Museum of Art puts a previously unexamined aspect of the 95-year-old painter's artistic legacy on display.
Eighty years after its publication, Louise Dickinson Rich’s best-known work still resonates.
Festive and charming (and, yeah, maybe a little cheesy), the picture book pairs songwriter Con Fullam’s lyrics with folk-art-y illustrations.
But not before one final farewell run.
For one writer, the preserved library of two eminent Mainers offers a window into their love story — and some welcome validation.
The historic theatre is finally welcoming patrons back for films, theater productions, live music, and the Maine Fall Fiddle Festival.