Locally grown feasts
The holidays are just around the corner, with Thanksgiving leading the parade. Food, family and friends are our ways of keeping the dark and cold at bay during the long winter months. Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas treats and New Year’s celebrations are fun, and typically filled with fancy foods of all kind. But from where?
Many local farms can provide you with the fixings for any of your favorite holiday traditions. Though you may think that buying farm-fresh is a summer activity, it’s something you can incorporate easily into your holiday traditions.
Aztec Two-Step – a classic duo returns to Maine
It was a chance meeting that brought Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman together 43 years ago and a friendship built on mutual respect for their music and audience that keeps them together today.
Fowler and Shulman, of acoustic folk-rock duo Aztec Two-Step, will bring their “Classic Duos” concert to Maine on Friday, Nov. 21 at Portland’s One Longfellow Square. “We’ll be having some fun with the music of our predecessors,” Fowler says.
Stephen King talks ‘Ghost Brothers of Darkland County’
National tour of author’s supernatural musical kicks off at Collins Center
ORONO – Stephen King is returning to one of his old haunts – and he’s bringing some ghosts of his own along for the ride.
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