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A Toothy Tale From Nantucket

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I started my week off in the dentist’s chair — not the best way to begin. I really... Read More »

A Traditional Christmas in Stowe

Friday, December 5 and Saturday, December 6, 2014 Friday evening enjoy caroling and the tree lighting during the... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas

Imagine the warmth of a candlelit sanctuary welcoming you into the joy of Christmas. Worshippers in period costume... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas

Imagine the warmth of a candlelit sanctuary welcoming you into the joy of Christmas. Worshippers in period costume... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas

Imagine the warmth of a candlelit sanctuary welcoming you into the joy of Christmas. Worshippers in period costume... Read More »

A Victorian Christmas Feast

Step back in time and into an authentic Victorian Christmas Feast. You’ll sing songs of the season as... Read More »

A Visit to Berlin

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On Wednesday I went up to Berlin, New Hampshire, to give a talk. I’ve been giving these talks... Read More »

A Week in the Life of the Food Editor

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Racking up the miles and the calories is part and parcel of this job, and I confess: I... Read More »

A Writer’s Holiday

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These national holidays — Labor Day, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King’s Birthday — are an... Read More »

Abandoned Buildings, Manicured Grounds

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There is an old farmhouse on the edge of the town where I live that has stood forlorn... Read More »

Abstraction Based on Observation

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Jon Imber spends part of the year in the city and part of the year in a small... Read More »

ACTORS’ SHAKESPEARE PROJECT presents Phèdre

Actors’ Shakespeare Project presents Jean Racine’s Phèdre, translated by the controversial British Poet Ted Hughes, November 19 to... Read More »

African-American Art in Maine

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Maine is not only white with snow this time of year, racially it is also one of the... Read More »

After the Ice

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It took a force of nature unlike what most of us had seen before to change the subject.... Read More »

Ahern Family Charitable Foundation to Host 11th Annual Army Navy Football Luncheon Supporting Children of Fallen or Deployed Troops

The Ahern Family Charitable Foundation is announcing plans to host its 11th Annual Army-Navy Football Luncheon on Saturday,... Read More »

Aldrich Mansion Chapel Concert & Dessert Soiree

6:00pm-7:00pm concert Chapel doors open 5:30 A Ceremony of Carols for the Seasons of Advent and Christmas, The... Read More »

Aldrich Mansion FREE Open House & Concert Hand Bell Ringers

View hundreds of festive lights, glittering ornaments, colorful ribbon & garland, three large trees, several small trees, five... Read More »

Alpin Hong

Pianist Alpin Hong has been called “Victor Borge, Horowitz, and Billy Joel all in one” for his unique... Read More »

Amare Cantare presents Poulenc and Monteverdi

Join Amare Cantare for a concert of works for the Christmas season, including Francis Poulenc’s four Christmas motets,... Read More »

American Brass Quintet

A groundbreaking ensemble that has been at the vanguard of brass chamber music since its founding in 1960,... Read More »

American Crossroads: David Bromberg, David Hidalgo, & Larry Campbell

David Bromberg – The first to successfully meld blues, country, bluegrass, gospel, Dixieland jazz, folk and rock into... Read More »

Amy Helm

A dynamic singer and talented songwriter blessed with legendary rock and roll blood (her dad is the late... Read More »

An Ecumenical Pilgrimage to Holy Cross

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In this day and age when religious extremism threatens us both at home and abroad, it is both... Read More »

An Elegant Ensemble of Encaustic

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First, let me confess that in 30 years of writing about art in Maine and New England, I... Read More »

Anais Mitchell | The Brightness

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For all the Yankee readers who pine for the days when poetry graced our pages (and I count... Read More »

Annual ZooLights at Stone Zoo

ZooLights is set to dazzle visitors of all ages when it opens for the holiday season on Thanksgiving... Read More »

Apocalypse Maine

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Biennial art exhibitions, whether by invitation only or juried shows open to all, have become waypoints on the... Read More »



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