PTC’s season opener a foot-stomping good time
BANGOR – If you happen to be in the vicinity of the Bangor Opera House these days, don’t be alarmed if your toe commences to tapping, because inside, the music of the Man in Black is burning up the stage.
Red Sox slugger achieves historic milestone
On Saturday night, David Ortiz became a part of baseball history.
Film marks return to form for M. Night Shyamalan
We all know that Hollywood success can be fickle, but no filmmaker in recent memory has had as up-and-down a career as M. Night Shyamalan. He made a huge splash with “The Sixth Sense,” but he soon fell into a rapidly-steepening downward spiral of diminishing returns. He went from acclaimed director to pop culture punchline with shocking rapidity.
Here we are once again, ladies and gentlemen.
For the third year running, The Maine Edge will once more feature our increasingly-beloved Kibbles and Picks segment. For those unfamiliar with the concept, I will be putting my football prediction powers to the test against a most formidable opponent – my dog Stella. Each week, Stella and I will go through the NFL schedule and predict the winners of every game.
“The Transporter Refueled” brainless entertainment
We’ve long since grown accustomed to the law of diminishing returns when it comes to cinematic sequels. With the rare exception of a franchise willing and able to reinvent itself mid-stream – call it the “Fast and Furious” method – we tend to get more of the same until a once-interesting concept is ground into the dust of repetitive mediocrity.
“When It Was Just a Game: Remembering the First Super Bowl”
With the NFL season about to kick off, 32 football teams are dreaming of their chance to achieve the pinnacle of their sport. Over the next few months, these squads will battle it out for a chance to play in the biggest game of them all – the Super Bowl.
A look ahead at the NFL season
The evenings are growing brisk and the leaves on the trees are changing their hue. Autumn is almost upon us, and with it comes NFL football. The 2015 season kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 10 with the Pittsburgh Steelers heading to Gillette Stadium to take on the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
If you’re like us, you’re still reeling from the recent news of One Direction’s forthcoming “extended hiatus.” It’s hard to fathom a pop culture landscape without that adorable flock of Brits flitting around – sure, they aren’t really going anywhere, but this is definitely a situation where the sum is much greater than its individual parts.
We’re already seeing some of the obstacles that these guys are bound to encounter if they’re out on their own. Even though they haven’t parted ways, we’re starting to get a sense of how they might act as individuals. The only real surprise is the identity of the one who stumbled first.
“Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Days”
It’s no secret that the line between genre fiction and literary fiction has become blurry in recent years. The tropes of fantasy and science fiction have been embraced by many writers operating outside the confines implied by genre, leading to a richer and more meaningful experience on both signs of that increasingly-hard-to-see line.
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