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KENNEBUNKPORT VILLAGE GREEN CRAFT SHOW

The Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen has been promoting handcrafts and providing sales opportunities for Maine craftspeople since... Read More »

Kevin Kastning and Sandor Szabo: Resonance

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The abstact expressionist painting on the cover of “Resonance” is fitting. This collection of haunting baritone guitar duets... Read More »

Kill Tide Arts and Craft Festival

The Brewster Late Summer Arts and Craft Festival will be held at Drummer Boy Park on Route 6A,... Read More »

Kindling a New Romance?

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It should probably come as no surprise that I am a book lover. Every room in my house... Read More »

Kris Delmhorst: Shotgun Singer

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New England is awash in young musicians challenging the traditional concept of folk music. The genre has become... Read More »

Labor & Leisure Day at Billings Farm & Museum

August 31: Labor & Leisure Day – Work and fun on the farm! Wagon rides, building a split... Read More »

Labor Day

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I spent Labor Day weekend on the road and eating. My carbon footprint is large, as is my... Read More »

Labor Day Weekend Arts & Craft Festival

The Labor-day Weekend Craft Fair will be held on August 30 & 31, 2014, at John Simpkins Field,... Read More »

Lake Discover Camp

This hands-on adventure will help children discover how the lakes, rivers, and streams of Wolfeboro connect our past... Read More »

Lakes Region House Tour

Come and tour several lovely historic and contemporary homes in Naples and surrounding towns. Make a day of... Read More »

Late Nite Madness and Colebrook Holiday Weekend Festivities!

Holiday Festivities organized by the CDDA. Horse drawn wagon rides, deals at local stores, crafts and family activities... Read More »

Latin Views 2014

The final biennial international exhibition presented by the Latin Network for the Visual Arts showcasing contemporary fine art... Read More »

Learn Something New in Pizza-Making

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A few years ago, I went through a pizza phase — a significant pizza phase. I was cooking... Read More »

Lecture: Vermont Bumblebee Survey

n connection with the exhibit Flora: A Celebration of Flowers in Contemporary Art, Sara Zahendra of the Vermont... Read More »

Lenny Clarke, Local Comics Host an “(Up)Beat Comedy Night” to Benefit Joe Andruzzi Foundation’s Boston Marathon® Charity Runners

The only cramps the Joe Andruzzi Foundation’s “Team JAF” Boston Marathon runners will feel on Thursday, April 17... Read More »

Lenten Lunches and Chapel Services

Every Friday, beginning March 7 through April 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., Lenten luncheons will be... Read More »

Leon Russell

Rock and roll Renaissance man. That best describes this Music Legend. Leon Russell’s long and storied career includes... Read More »

Let Them Eat Pancakes!

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“Well, they’re certainly not Yankees!” determined my mother as she watched in horror, out of the corner of... Read More »

Let’s Hear It for Local Yokels!

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Three years ago, on March 6, 2008, I called your attention to Boston Phoenix art critic Greg Cook’s... Read More »

Lexington Fife & Drum Muster

Looking for a uniquely New England Experience? Come to the Lexington Fife and Drum Muster and experience the... Read More »

Life, Death, and Magazines at the CRMA Conference

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What do you get when you fill a hotel ballroom with magazine editors? A whole lot of doubt,... Read More »

LifeSavor

Media Contact: Tim Leahy Community Servings (617)522-7777 tleahy@servings.org **MEDIA ALERT** Community Servings’ 22nd Annual LifeSavor Gala to Be... Read More »

Light up the Night Barn Dance

Mark your calendar for the South Shore Natural Science Center’s 2nd annual Light Up The Night Barn Dance... Read More »

Like Breath on Glass

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When I was doing graduate work at Simmons College back in the early 1970s, I often spent my... Read More »

Lissa Schneckenburger: Song

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Fiddle virtuoso Lissa Schneckenburger’s latest album Song is, in a word, unexpected. The album is clearly a labor... Read More »

Live-In 1870 History Experience at Norlands

Unplug from the 21st century and return to a simpler time at Maine’s oldest living history farm in... Read More »

Living History Weekend: Lodging as the Nature of the Campaign will Admit – Building Soldiers’ Huts in 1776

Join Fort Ticonderoga for a weekend building project! Discover how soldiers of the Continental Army built huts at... Read More »