Sooner or later, those who make arts and crafts want to earn money creating handmade items. But how does one go about doing that?
Bogguss is touring behind her latest album, the jazz-tinted “Sweet Danger.”
George Kinghorn is, he readily admits, a fan of the television show “Project Runway.” And why not? Kinghorn, the new director of the University of Maine Museum of Art, can appreciate the creativity designers use on the weekly reality show. Many of the designs could be considered objects of art.CREATIVECIRCLESPLITCHARACERCREATIVECIRCLESPLITCHARACER
BANGOR, Maine – Vampires will be at Borders Books, Music and Cafe on Friday night in anticipation of the midnight release of “Breaking Dawn,” the fourth and final volume of Stephenie Meyer’s vampire-inspired “Twilight” series.
Regarding the recent story on life expectancy for Washington County women: Economics may play a role but personal choice plays the top role in health.
A recent political survey has disclosed a significant and possibly disturbing gap in public attitudes toward the “values and backgrounds” of the two presumed presidential candidates.
To those of you who think text-messaging (e-mailing between cell phones) is the hottest thing since Liberace rhinestoned his piano, I say “Plz! Don’ t make me LOL” (laugh out loud).
MACHIAS, Maine – A 19-year-old Beals Island man being held in connection with a lobster boat joy ride around the harbor made his first appearance in Washington County Superior Court on Monday.
Skyrocketing oil prices, Middle East tensions, natural disasters, environmental issues and a surging worldwide demand for fossil fuels has put the topic of nuclear power back into America’s energy equation.
ROCKLAND, Maine — The tents are set up at Harbor Park to house displays of Maine arts and crafts, marine exhibits, children’s activities, and thousands of pounds of lobster and other seafood for Wednesday’s opening of the 61st Maine Lobster Festival.
BARING, Maine – Beware! If you decide to race around on your all-terrain vehicle off the designated trails at the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, or poach fish from one of its many lakes, be prepared to face the consequences.
COLUMBIA, Maine – Four people apparently smashed the front door at the Four Corners Rod and Gun Shop on Route 1 early Monday morning, broke a display case and stole 12 handguns.
DEDHAM, Maine – Town officials want to clarify a contract made a year ago that allows the harvest of 663 acres.
AUGUSTA, Maine – Despite federal increases in subsidies for school nutrition programs and expanded state aid for school breakfast programs, many schools across Maine are looking to cut staff and reduce menu options as food prices continue to increase.
LUBEC, Maine – Nearly 300 people gathered at the Lubec Grange Hall on Friday to celebrate the 200th birthday of West Quoddy Head Lighthouse.
OLD TOWN, Maine – An investment company has agreed to loan Red Shield Environmental and RSE Pulp & Chemical $13.6 million to repay the companies’ existing debt and fund the restart of the mill, an attorney representing Red Shield said Monday.
ROCKLAND, Maine – A local coffee shop and bookstore has joined other small businesses along the Maine coast to collect books and donations for the library destroyed by fire on Swans Island on July 24.
BANGOR, Maine – Nomination papers will be available Aug. 8 for City Council and school committee seats to be filled during city elections Nov. 4.
PITTSFIELD, Maine – Major financial decisions are on this week’s agenda for the Pittsfield Town Council, including paying a hefty county tax bill that could jump the mill rate by 11 percent.
BANGOR, Maine – After a three-year hiatus, public demand has spurred Bangor area firefighters and paramedics to show some skin for the 2009 Hose 5 Fire Museum charity calendar.