Well, this probably shouldn’t come as a surprise.
The Boston Red Sox are in the thick of things in the American League playoff race – as of the end of August, they sat two games behind the Blue Jays for the division lead and two games ahead of the Orioles and Tigers for the first wild card spot. They are very much in contention.
Orono Brewing Company comes to downtown Bangor
BANGOR – The burgeoning beer scene in Bangor got a little bit bigger recently.
Years-long renovation project approaches its end
BANGOR – The long wait is almost over – the lengthy renovation of the Bangor Public Library has almost reached its conclusion.
University of Maine Museum of Art to offer trivia program
BANGOR – The University of Maine Museum of Art is set to kick off a new programming series aimed at bringing people of all stripes to the museum to test their knowledge and have some fun.
Previewing the latest NFL season
The 2016 National Football League season is upon us. In fact, many of you reading this may have already seen at least some of the first weekend of games – the initial match-up takes place on Sept. 8 between last year’s Super Bowl 50 foes, the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.
Historical romance tugs hard at the heartstrings
Having our heartstrings tugged is one of the reasons that we go to the movies. Finding those moments of emotional connection can be a huge part of the cinematic experience. However, if a film goes to that well too often – if it tries too hard to get us to feel – it can come off as a little disingenuous and/or manipulative.
Boxing biopic examines the life and career of Roberto Duran
Boxing is perhaps the most cinematically friendly of sports.
Sci-fi thriller fails to expound uponintriguing concept
For decades, the concept of artificial intelligence gone awry has been a mainstay of science fiction. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the exponential advancement of technology has led to even more explorations of this idea that man can create an intellect that matches and ultimately surpasses its maker.
While the initial furor has certainly died down, there are still plenty of people out there who are REALLY into “Pokemon GO.” It remains one of the most popular mobile games going, with thousands of users prowling the streets in their never-ending quest to catch ‘em all.
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