Monday, March 10, 2014
The lights go down, DJ Braulio turns up the salsa, merengue, and bachata music and the floor opens up to local dancers of every age and experience level.
He has plenty to say about his life in thrash metal.
A contemporary sweat-lodge ceremony invites the audience to watch a film while in sauna pods.
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And singer-songwriter Amy Regan stretches vocals at a Portland yoga studio.
The Kennebunk pub consistently serves tasty food and good beer, and its riverside setting is a big bonus.
The new Mexican restaurant is drawing customers to Forest Avenue, in part for its sizable margaritas.
The five songs on 'Steps' range from good-natured assertiveness to upbeat spirituality.
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One of Portland’s new breweries gets good reactions to its debut beers.
Opening: ‘300’ / ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ / ‘The Invisible Woman’ / ‘Like Father, Like Son'
New on the shelf: ‘12 Years a Slave’ / ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ / ‘Oldboy’
Machine plays Pink Floyd / So Percussion at MECA / Restaurant Week opens / Hypnotist at Heritage Center / Mama’s Boomshack at Gingko Blue / Woodblock banners at art walk / Vintage menus on the menu / Double feature of Ramis comedies
The film features bloodier slo-motion swordfights, this time at sea.
This film is a solid, workmanlike action pic...
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The Westbrook eatery has good, stick-to-your-ribs food and serves it hot and fast.
The sunny spot in Scarborough is a great pla...
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Banded Horn offers five beers in its tap roo...
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