MAINE AT WAR
A post-war lithograph depicts captured Union officers inside a large, open room at Libby Prison in Richmond, Va. On the far right, a bearded prisoner languishes as a comrade tends him. This art was based on the memoirs of a particular Union prisoner. (Library… Read More
    FRANCO-AMERICAN NEWS AND CULTURE
    Répondez, s’il vous plaît:  An exhibit reception opening for the “Notre Pain Quotidien: Franco-American Entrepreneurs Sustaining Community”, is scheduled at the University of Southern Maine Lewiston Auburn College hosted by the Franco-American Collection, on March 19, from 5-7 PM. Franco-American entrepreneur families will be recognized. This exhibit… Read More
ROCKLAND — Oceanside High School’s Art Club in is holding a fundraiser and student art exhibition. Led by instructors Mrs. Hyde and Mr. Cowan, students are planning a trip to New York City to broaden students’ art education by visiting galleries and museums. All money raised from the… Read More
    Hundreds will hit the dance floor at the Anah Shrine in Bangor this March to groove to the super sounds of the 70s and raise money for babies.    googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes = []; var… Read More
LEWISTON — Part of a series of plays marking Black History Month at Bates and looking at the experiences of black New Englanders, this hourlong piece was written by Lecturer in Theater Clifford Odle. Sponsored by the Africana program. For more information email roliveir@bates.edu. Read More
    PORTLAND — Please join us for the opening reception of Gardenship: First Voyage, curated by John Bisbee. In the brown fields of Kearny Point, New Jersey, a vast, empty warehouse sat waiting. Waiting for new vision, waiting for …. rebirth. An intrepid crew of thirteen Maine… Read More