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Who’s running for mayor? (Yes, already!)
Here's an early holiday gift from us to you: A new election to start thinking about! (You can thank us later.)
Hats in the Ring Dept.
| December 03, 2010
Does Portland want an elected mayor?
The campaign to bring an elected mayor to Portland, a proposal championed by the city's charter commission as well as several arts and business groups, officially launched at a City Hall press conference on Tuesday.
| September 10, 2010
Portland’s wishes for 2010
Ah, these fresh moments of the new year, when our hopes and resolutions are unsullied by the rough ravages of time, politics, and the Maine winter.
New Year’s resolutions
| January 01, 2010
Enrich thy neighbor, Portland
Back in the temperate zone, the local and national economies are in the crapper.
'Buy local' and take care of business
| December 10, 2008
Everyone get BiMPy!
1) Who will win Best Act? 2) How will the Asylum suit the show, now that the Pavilion has shut its doors? 3) What will Shannon Moss do with her hair?
Intrigue abounds for the eighth annual Best Music Poll awards
| May 09, 2007
Iain Kerr was recently enlisted by Portland Arts and Cultural Alliance to draw up some innovative ways of diagramming data it had gathered through its “Discovery Research Project.”
Ian Kerr on Portland's arts resources
| April 18, 2007
Last week, SPACE Gallery hosted a forum as part of an ongoing series called “Creative Conversations.”
A talk with Nat May + Jessica Tomlinson
| October 25, 2006
Where have all the artists gone?
Nancy Kureth is lost in the Biddeford mills again.
Portland’s creative exodus gives Southern Maine’s mill towns a new lease on life
| August 09, 2006
MECA slims down
To achieve its $15 million capital campaig goals, the Maine College of Art must first deal with declining enrollment and an administrative exodus.
| July 12, 2006
Armory arts center
A 25,000-square-foot building sits on just shy of three acres at the foot of the south end of the Casco Bay Bridge. Vacant since 1996, the former South Portland armory remains in limbo. Its owner, the moribund Museum of Glass and Ceramics, declared ban
South Portland's vacant landmark could be reborn as a cultural icon
| January 17, 2006
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