Topics :: Maine
By BETH J. HARPAZ | Sunday Sep 4, 2011
An exhibit of Edward Hopper’s paintings of Maine is breaking attendance records at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick, but it’s just one of three top-notch shows at museums around Maine this summer and fall.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Aug 18, 2011
Voters in Maine will likely be weighing in once more on marriage equality in November, 2012, but this time it’s family parity advocates who are putting a measure on the ballot.
By CLARKE CANFIELD | Thursday Jul 7, 2011
A varied selection of prepared frozen products, such as lobster macaroni and cheese, lobster pot pie and lobster pizza, are making their way to grocery store freezers aimed at mainstream consumers - not just the white tablecloth crowd.
By David Sharp | Friday Jul 1, 2011
Gay marriage supporters began laying the groundwork Thursday for another referendum on the issue, hoping to build on momentum from New York which last week became the sixth state to allow same-sex marriage.
Thursday Mar 10, 2011
Kennebunkport’s new Tides Beach Club will feature two suites furnished by the Jonathan Adler Company, each with unobstructed ocean views and private decks.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Feb 23, 2011
NOM lost a federal case in which it sought to keep donor records secret. The anti-gay group contributed nearly $2 million in the successful 2009 campaign in Maine to repeal the state’s marriage equality law before it could take effect.
Tuesday Jan 11, 2011
In collaboration with OutRyders, New England’s premier GLBT ski and snowboard club, Sunday River Ski Resort will host White Out Weekend, February 10-13, 2011-three days dedicated to the gay and lesbian community.
Wednesday Dec 22, 2010
Rockland, dubbed "Pie Town USA" by the Food Network when Bobby Flay visited for a pie throwdown, is living up to its name as planning is underway for the 7th annual pie-a-thon to celebrate National Pie Day, celebrated each year on January 23rd.
By Curtis M. Wong | Monday Nov 1, 2010
For a time, it looked as though Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier would go down rather dubiously as the Susan Luccis of the New England culinary scene, despite having been praised by the legendary Julia Child, The New York Times, and Bon Appétit.
By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Sep 23, 2010
Two recent national polls produced the surprising news that a majority of Americans now support out-and-proud gay marriage. Longtime activist Evan Wolfson, who heads Freedom to Marry, warns, however, not to break out the Champagne -- yet.