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Sign conundrum continues; monuments 'join' movement
The mystery of where OccupyMaine's signs went is partially solved: it turns out their removal was witnessed — and by a police officer!
| January 27, 2012
A year-long celebration winds down
Throughout 2011, June Fitzpatrick has done more than her share in highlighting the medium of drawing in the context of the state-wide project "Where to Draw the Line."
Drawing to an end
| December 16, 2011
Talking trash with the League
The second site visit of the League of Young Voters' Portland 101 program, which Jeff Inglis outlined last week (see " Young Activists Explore Police Department ," September 23), took the group to ecomaine, the non-profit waste management facility locate
| September 30, 2011
Blue Mango Veggie Burgers stays simple
Chances are you've walked by 648 Congress Street and never realized it's the production headquarters for a well-known vegetarian staple.
One patty at a time
| June 24, 2011
A look at Portland's graffiti history
Back in the early '90s, Eli Cayer had just finished art school in Boston and headed to Maine, where he continued creating street art.
| April 01, 2011
Bill threatens Bayside Glacier and local lobsters
The Bayside Glacier has returned, towering over Trader Joe's — a three-story high pile of snow collected from downtown streets and sidewalks. It's one of several city-designated "snow dumps," the largest of which is behind the overflow airport parking l
Legal Wranglings Dept.
| February 25, 2011
Mirrors and reflection at the ICA at MECA
It was long before Lacan that the mirror metaphor became the foundation of Western subjectivity.
The real + the imaginary
| February 04, 2011
Gift Guide 2010: Portland nerdcrafters turn old ideas into new items
Galen Richmond may work in the best tradition of Maine craft artisans, forging functional creations out of everyday materials most might consider junk, but there the comparison stops.
| December 10, 2010
Street musicians at First Friday Art Walk, Portland, August 6
With the Tower/Building of Song on hiatus while its creators move apartments (again), the street-music scene on First Friday was quieter than in recent months. But that left more aural room for buskers along Congress Street.
| August 13, 2010
Encompassing a broad range of themes, media, and levels of participation, each set of works in this year’s Maine College of Art exhibition by nine thesis-level Master’s of Fine Arts students achieves its own world and requires a separate toolkit to proce
MECA’s MFA students strut their stuff
| May 28, 2010
Munjfest on Congress Street
During the day in Portland, the jovial MUNJFEST again takes over the Hill with family events and music from ADAM KURTZ and the MAINE ACADEMY...
| September 16, 2009
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