At the CMCA Biennial, a snapshot of Maine’s buzzing arts scene.
The Portland Ballet tiptoes its way to reimagining The Firebird.
Portland’s freewheeling festival — christened with an Inuit word meaning “What is it?” — gets even more eclectic in year two.
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?
Saunas and pizzas are, each in their own way, all about comfort. On a cold night in western Maine, there’s no place more comfortable than here.
When former Space Gallery executive director Nat May was tapped to curate this year’s Portland Museum of Art biennial exhibition he self-imposed a tough constraint: to foster fresh perspectives. He let us preview a few of the show’s highlights.
Who’s who in the search for a new lead conductor of the PSO?
A great neighborhood place is the kind of restaurant you can keep coming back to without getting bored.
A Portland-based klezmer band hammers out a toe-tapping tradition.
“I wanted to transition into cooking food that isn’t fussy, and to create an environment for my team that centers around enjoyment, rather than feeling like punishment.” — Chef Jonathan Cartwright. Read more from our visit.
Vien Dobui and Jessica Sheahan have been hosting Asian noodle pop-ups in Portland since 2013, so they had a good idea of what would resonate with local diners when they opened Cong Tu Bot with partner Joe Zohn on the East End.
Howl Mouth is the newest release from Portland’s genre-blurring trio Tall Horse, a Maine band you should know.