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Universes at USM's Hannaford Hall, April 8
Excerpts of several original plays, Live from the Edge , brought out the varied traits of Bronx-based performance group Universes.
| April 13, 2011
Broadway at Good Theater at the St. Lawrence, December 5
The overwhelming scent of assorted perfumes and folks in their Sunday best filled the St. Lawrence for Good Theater's annual production of "Broadway at Good Theater."
| December 08, 2010
At the Big Easy, February 16
| March 17, 2010
Probing Dessa's multifaceted persona
Dessa Darling could never be limited to one area of interest to devote her passions — an author, lyricist, singer, teacher, philosophy-degree holder and lover of linguistics who cuts off and donates her hair to children in need every time she releases something big.
| March 08, 2010
Two: An Original Music Series
Port City Music Hall's Two Series two-dollar cover, two-dollar drafts from 8 to 11 pm.
| February 10, 2010
Review: Soul Clap with Jonathan Toubin at SPACE
Soul Clap with Jonathan Toubin at SPACE Gallery, December 11
| December 16, 2009
Music Seen: Brother Ali
Brother Ali, live at Asylum, November 10, 2009
Even if you've seen Brother Ali before, you have not seen the show that he played last week.
| November 18, 2009
Music Seen: El-P
At the Asylum, October 8
Nearly two weeks ago hip-hop legend El-P visited Maine for the first time.
| October 21, 2009
Music Seen: Roots and Tendrils
Worth the drive
Belfast as a destination just got more desirable with the addition of Roots and Tendrils. Nestled downtown, the light from the plate-glass windows and lush landscaped front lawn complete with brilliant colored chairs and lawn sculptures invite anyone heading down to the stone's-throw-away waterfront to peer inside.
| September 02, 2009
Music Seen: [dog] and [pony]
Coming to a computer near you, anytime
Let's face it — it's hot, we're poor, and we're lucky to be stealing our neighbor's wireless. When you can't muster the energy to go out in these dog days of summer you can go to the best attended venue not only in Portland, but worldwide: the Internet.
| August 26, 2009
Samuel James's stories from the road
On the eve of Samuel James's second CD release on Northern Blues Music, For Rosa, Maeve and Noreen , we needed to catch up on all of his happenings since the release of 2008's Songs Famed for Sorrow and Joy .
| August 19, 2009
Music Seen: Assemble
This month's Evolve2Advance bash, "Assemble," the latest in a series celebrating the convergence of visual art, music, food, and community, was one of those events whose status update should have read, "Come to SPACE right now for this very cool and under-attended event."
| July 29, 2009
Anthony's Idol at Anthony's Italian Kitchen
Why settle for nationwide talent on the boob tube when you could see area singers competing in the flesh?
| May 27, 2009
From the mouths of innocents
It has become an unwelcome reality, living from paycheck to paycheck and worrying about job stability, but what about being born a guiltless young person growing up with a drug-addicted parent, no job skills, and no home?
| May 13, 2009
Music Seen: All over
All over, April 27 to May 2
Last week we spent five of six nights out on the town. If anyone ever complains that we don't have enough venues or shows to attend we beg to differ.
| May 06, 2009
Music seen: February 28, in Biddeford
Biddeford's Hogfarm Studios is a multi-media art space that occasionally serves as a small venue.
| March 12, 2009
Music seen: Tony McNaboe
Live at The Big Easy, February 10
By the time you, dear reader, lay eyes on this, you will have one last opportunity to catch Tony McNaboe's month-long Tuesday-night residency at the Big Easy, which — according to his prediction on week two — is "only going to get better."
| February 19, 2009
Music Seen: Anticon's 10th anniversary
Knitting Factory (Manhattan), December 18, 2008
Sure, Ray LaMontagne is huge and the Rustic Overtones saw their national time, but there is something to be said for a record label co-founded by Mainers that is more than a decade old and can still sell out the Knitting Factory in New York City.
| December 31, 2008
On street level
As Katrina hit New Orleans, filmmakers went to work
It is impossible not to wonder how Louisiana might have fared after Hurricane Katrina, had Barack Obama been in office a term sooner. There are so many questions about what went wrong and how it could have been handled differently, which have gone unanswered for more than three years.
| November 19, 2008
Music seen at the Station, October 17, 2008
Atmosphere’s audience hasn’t changed in years.
| October 22, 2008
The Current Issue
Table of Contents
Where To Follow Me
| March 24, 2013 at 11:09 AM
Mo Takes His Turn
March 21, 2013 at 12:59 PM
[Q&A] KMFDM's Sascha Konietzko on art, Columbine and having balls
On The Download
| March 18, 2013 at 3:22 PM
See this film series: The Belmont World Film Series @ Studio Cinema in Belmont
Outside The Frame
| March 18, 2013 at 11:00 AM
See this film: This is Spinal Tap [with post-film talk by expert from Acoustical Society of America] @ the Coolidge
March 17, 2013 at 12:00 PM
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