“It’s kind of crazy that there’s no ax-makers in Maine,” Stephen Ferguson thought, especially given the Pine Tree State’s rich history of logging and lumbering. Read More

Business Events

The Intermedia MFA program is excited to announce our next event of the Spring 2018 visiting artist lectures series,  Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world. Our event on … Read More
    JAY– Rides Exclusively About Supporting Our Neighbors (R.E.A.S.O.N) and Lane-Dube Amvets Post 33 are hosting the Blessing of the Bikes and Special Olympics Benefit Ride at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 19 rain or shine. The ride will immediately start after the blessing. The Poker Run is $5… Read More
Karen E. Smith, Ph.D., named after national search SEARSPORT — Penobscot Marine Museum, a history and arts museum with nationally-recognized collections, announced today that the Board of Trustees elected Karen E. Smith, Ph.D., as executive director effective April 19, 2018. Smith will join the museum from the… Read More
    BANGOR — As part of its coverage of Women’s History Month, NeighborWorks America selected women at the helm of their member organizations to be interviewed for their national publication NeighborWorks Works.  Kara Hay, CEO of Penquis, was chosen to discuss her insights on the topic of community development. Read More