April 13, 2018 RSS feed / Ticket

LA Arts exhibiting works of Lewiston native William Manning

LEWISTON   Abstract artist William Manning’s work has been shown around the world. His latest is being shown at home.  More...

Horoscopes

ARIES – MAR 21/APR 20 Aries, you may have to admit that the master plan you have set up has a few flaws. You don’t have to abandon it, just modify. These modifications may be relatively simple. More...

MERRYmeeting adult education student art show

“MAEVE,” by Deb Hides, an acrylic student artist through Merrymeeting Adult Education, will be on display at its annual Student Art Show. An opening reception, with light refreshments, will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. More...

Full weekend set for Chocolate Church

BATH   Spring is blooming with a variety of entertainment next weekend at the Chocolate Church.  More...

Couric’s Nat Geo series turned newsier than anticipated

NEW YORK   There’s a danger in planning a news-oriented television series a year in advance.  More...

Bowdoin art museum co-director to speak at CMCA’s Sunday Salon

ROCKLAND   The latest Sunday Salon at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art will feature a talk from Anne Goodyear, co-director of Bowdoin College’s Museum of Art.  More...

Review: Plenty to love in film about Borg versus McEnroe

Let’s begin this review of “Borg Vs. McEnroe” with a huge spoiler alert. More...

Chamber choir challenges themselves and their audience

Upcoming concert set for April 15

WEST BATH Each singer in the Vox Nova Chamber Choir has their own reason for joining the choir, but the performers are all tied by a single thread: A love of music that can be found no where else in the Midcoast. More...

Bill Staines headlining latest Concert for a Cause

BRUNSWICK   American folk music singer-songwriter Bill Staines will be the next performer to take the stage for the Concerts for a Cause series at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Brunswick.  The concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. More...

HOROSCOPES

ARIES – MAR 21/APR 20 A solid week is ahead for you, Aries. However, some surprises can pop up on a day when you need a little extra sunshine in the routine. Embrace the unexpected.   More...

Markings Gallery welcomes tapestry artist Barbara Burns

BATH Markings Gallery has a new associate member — Barbara Burns — and is celebrating the tapestry artist with a featured show through May 30. Burns has studied tapestry in the U.S. and England. More...

Bowdoinham Community School presents ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dance Party’

BOWDOINHAM   On Saturday, Bowdoinham Community School will offer up a pair of performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dance Party,” a children’s revisioning of Shakespeare’s classic tale of magic, mischief and friendsh More...

THE RIVER’S VOICE

A look at the future musical sculpture … and the artist making it

BRUNSWICK   Andreas von Huene took a rubber mallet and struck the 42-inch-diameter metal disc he liberated from a scrap metal pile at Bath Iron Works that was balanced on his workshop table.  Like hitting a kind of Iron Age gong, the sound More...

Curtis Memorial Library has slate of events planned for National Poetry Month

BRUNSWICK It’s a month full of programming at Curtis Memorial Library, as it celebrates National Poetry Month. More...

HOROSCOPES

ARIES – MAR 21/APR 20 Aries, things may seem to be going smoothly when something unexpected pops up out of the blue. More...

ANNUAL STUDENT ART SHOW

MORSE HIGH SCHOOL sophomore Sarah Weidner’s painting of a girl with wolves is part of the annual student art exhibition at Patten Free Library in Bath. More...

Cassatt String Quartet performing concert with pianist George Lopez

BRUNSWICK   The celebrated Cassatt String Quartet and esteemed pianist George Lopez will team up for a concert at Bowdoin College next week.  The free concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. More...

A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

Artist Dave Higgins’s photography, painting have influenced each other

BATH   Maine artist Dave Higgins, 70, has a unique way of looking at things. He has to.  As a person with severe dyslexia, Higgins has trained his brain to work in different ways in order to succeed in the world.  More...

Midcoast Women’s Collective presenting documentary, discussion

ROCKLAND   Interweaving the stories of three contemporaries, Pam Maus’s documentary “from the Second Wave to the Tidal Wave” chronicles a trio of women whose feminist journeys began in the 1960s, highlighting the changes from t More...

Midcoast Maine’s Got Talent! seeking contestants

Got talent? The Rotary Club of Brunswick is looking for you.  The group is now accepting applications for the 2018 edition of Midcoast Maine’s Got Talent. Now in its seventh year, the local talent show will take place at 7 p.m. More...