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Rich Kimball and Bob Lucy enter 20th season calling UMaine football
ORONO – On September 1, the University of Maine Black Bear football team will travel to Connecticut to take on the UConn Huskies.
TJ Jagodowski to perform with Bar Harbor’s ImprovAcadia
BAR HARBOR – One of the most well-known, well-respected figures in the contemporary improv scene is coming to the area.
A look ahead at the CCA’s 2016-2017 season
ORONO – The Collins Center for the Arts is getting ready to launch its 31st season of quality entertainment on the campus of the University of Maine.
MONTREAL – I’m not sure just when I decided that my first in-person professional football game experience was going to be a CFL matchup.
A few literary offerings from Maine-based authors
Summer is a great time to settle in with a good book.
Maine golf enthusiasts are in their glory as we approach mid-summer; a nice mix of sunny and rainy days have left area courses in great condition. Since golf is a seasonal sport in this neck of the woods, it is imperative for golfers to get out on the links and swing those sticks!
Summer in Maine means some delicious celebrations
There’s a lot going on in the summertime here in Maine.
There’s the outdoorsy stuff, of course. There are mountains to be climbed and trails to be hiked. There are oceans and lakes and rivers begging to be swum or kayaked or sailed upon. There’s even the nigh-ubiquitous ritual of heading “upta camp.”
Maine International Film Festival returns for 19th year
WATERVILLE – One of the highlights of Maine’s cinematic calendar is about to get underway in Waterville.
National park to mark centennial in July
MOUNT DESERT ISLAND – One of the biggest, brightest jewels of the Maine outdoors – is on the verge of celebrating a very big birthday.
Actor/playwright talks “Something Rotten!”, “Almost, Maine” and more
John Cariani has found a life in the theater.
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