• August 11, 2017

    Goodnight, my someone

    A memoir of a Broadway star, a cabaret singer, and the New York haunts of actors and dancers in halcyon days gone by, writes J.P. Devine.

  • August 9, 2017

    Spider camp at Eagle Hill

    If spiders were to suddenly disappear from an ecosystem, you’d soon notice, writes Dana Wilde.

  • August 8, 2017

    2017 is still the year of women

    Already the consequences of 2016 have fostered a wider female community, one that is standing up for itself, writes Emily Higginbotham.

  • August 7, 2017

    Craft beer craze leads Lake St. George Brewing to try, try again

  • August 6, 2017

    Welcome to Taylor’s world

    Taylor Browne hosts a tea party to honor his grandmother who bequeathed him a green thumb to raise lush gardens around his house in the heart of Waterville, Amy Calder writes.

  • August 4, 2017

    Living dramatically has its price

    From Spanish galleons to widow’s walks on the coast of Maine, there’s always something that makes you change course, J.P. Devine writes

  • August 2, 2017

    J.P. Devine Movie Review: ‘Dunkirk’

    Movie is a reminder that behind us in centuries of history, there were defenders of freedom, real heroes, who walked this planet without magic shields or ray guns, and sometimes without hope, saved democracy, J.P. Devine writes.

  • July 28, 2017

    Tony’s in town, joining a colorful cast

    Trump’s new communicator is giving the White House a Gambino family look as the house of ’45’ resembles the cast of a movie cast written by the Coen Brothers, writes J.P. Devine.

  • July 26, 2017

    Spotting the summer wings

    The bug populations — especially butterflies — seem like they’ve been off their usual patterns this summer, writes Dana Wilde.

  • July 21, 2017

    J.P. Devine MIFF Movie Review: ‘Deep Waters’

    In the family-based film set on the rocky coast of Maine, characters will be tested by a deep-sea storm before the waters calm on a positive note, writes J.P. Devine.