Filmmaker Thom Willey photoshopped himself “into” a painting by Richard Estes. Image courtesy Thom Willey
Filmmaker illuminates photo-realist’s brilliance
SOUTHWEST HARBOR – Richard Estes, one of the world's foremost photo-realists, splits his time between homes in New York and Northeast Harbor.
Happy 100th Birthday, Kate!
The Katahdin, known affectionately as Kate for short, is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. After all these years, its wooden decks and curved railings are still charming Greenville visitors who want to take a step back in time.
“If you go on the boat, you fall in love,” Liz Cannell, executive director of the Moosehead Marine Museum, says. The ship’s long history is rooted deep in Moosehead Lake.
Waterville goes to the movies with MIFF
Maine International Film Festival returns for 17th year
WATERVILLE – As someone who spends a lot of time going to the movies – especially in the summertime – I occasionally find myself growing weary of the same old recycled sequels and reboots that are relentlessly churned out by the Hollywood blockbuster machine. There are a lot of movies that make their way into theaters during the dog days – some are good, many are bad and precious few are great.
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