Saturday, May 18, 2013
Henry N. Cobb, who designed the museum's Payson wing, is the 2013 Bernard Osher Lecturer.
Always searching for ways to 'reach new and different audiences,' the Portland Chamber Music Festival appears at a couple of not-your-usual spaces.
The franchise's latest film, 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' opens widely Thursday, but Saco Cinemagic held a special screening Wednesday night.
What happens when a gifted physical comedian, in a cruel twist of fate, finds her motor skills being taken away by Parkinson's? If it's Julie Goell, she evolves. And keeps her sense of humor.
Sophia Narrett's embroidered paintings invite questioning and imagining.
Dee Dauphinee's humor spices his tales about fly-fishing, traveling the world and life in Maine.
Science and art merge in 'Pollinators: Evolving Miracles,' now up at USM's Atrium Gallery.
The effort to attract talented students from as far as China – and from Maine – is part of a larger mission to build the school's profile.
'Wittenberg' wittily imagines Shakespeare's prince as a university student.