Prince reaches agreement with Warner Bros.

Prince now owns the rights to the music he recorded on Warner Bros. Records.

Reality show looks for a few good Mainers to build ‘Utopia’

Based on a show from the Netherlands, the series will task 15 people with creating a community from scratch.

Widow of horror writer Hautala upset after library declines archives

She says the papers of the best-selling author belong in his hometown of Westbrook.

Bill Nemitz: Holy Thursday brings foot washing to Portland's Monument Square

Clergy from area churches perform a foot washing to kick off arguably the most sacred four days on the Christian calendar.

4 Non Blondes reunite for benefit show

The band will perform May 10 at 'An Evening With Women' to benefit the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel laureate and literary giant, dies at 87

The hugely popular Spanish-language novelist may be best known for the epic ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude.’

World reacts to death of Gabriel Garcia Marquez

‘He is like the Mandela of literature because of the impact that he has had on readers all over the world,’ says one publishing director.

‘Real Housewives’ performer faces battery charge

Porsha Williams is accused of assaulting fellow cast member Kenya Moore.

‘In the Underworld’ at USM uses humor to tell a dark story

The operetta, having its English premiere here, illuminates women’s lives in a German concentration camp.

This Week in GO

Reasons to celebrate Record Store Day / Q&A with Mike Mills of R.E.M. / Signs of change in Maine Deaf Film Festival / Movie review: 'Transcendence' / USM presents the English premiere of 'In the Underworld' / Classes and workshops teach lots of fun new things to do


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