The Wonders of Wood
Portland, Maine woodworker Matt Hutton creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind furniture in the comfort of his own backyard.
This knobby, hairy, beige root vegetable doesn’t exactly scream, “Eat me!” but you know better than to judge a book by its cover.
Co-owned by Don Lindgren, Rabelais Books in Biddeford, Maine, stocks new and vintage books on food and drink.
#TakeAction: Sign of the Times
Did you make one of the many brilliant signs seen at the Women’s March? A museum near you just might be asking for it.
February 6, 2017
Artists to Watch 2017
Our list of artists to watch for the upcoming year, with a little help from our arts-savvy friends from around New England.
Maine’s Underground, Online
From tribute nights to DIY up-and-comers, Factory Portland and Newz by The Nunz has your close coverage.
Indie Music’s Maine Man
Peter McLaughlin is Portland, Maine’s indie music liaison, with more than a few recommendations of artists who are currently “under-the-radar.”
January 23, 2017
#TakeAction New England Numbers
HEARD. New England was up and out in droves for the Women’s March this past weekend with loud voices, creativity, and hope.
Lobster and maple syrup may be New England taste-staples, but many Mainers crave a different flavor on their palates.
It’s a Sign
The painted wooden sign has a long history in New England, and is no less effective today for our beloved shopkeeps.