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Architectural Heritage Center Exhibit

The Architectural Heritage Center (AHC) has opened a companion piece and walking tour to its latest exhibit, South Portland and the Long Shadow of Urban Renewal. The long, narrow South …

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Artichoke Concerts Go Live

Artichoke Music is back with live events. All shows are at 50 percent capacity until further notice. Advance tickets and reserved seating advised for all live shows. Sidewalk seating is …

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New Venue for Waterfront Blues Festival and Summer Events

The Waterfront Blues Festival returns July 2-5, to a new location, less than a mile upriver, at The Lot at Zidell Yards. The 2021 Festival is an in person, distanced …

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Repairing the Breach: Songs for the Journey

Folk musicians Annie Patterson and Peter Blood, creators of the popular Rise Up Singing and Rise Up Again songbooks, have created a “tour” of virtual singalong benefit concerts.  Repairing the …

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La Bici

Teatro Milagro announces La Bici, an episodic video play series focusing on bike safety as it relates to technology, community, infrastructure, accessibility, environmentalism, art, camping, road tripping, altars and ghost …

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Artichoke Live Music Returns with Sonny Hess and RCF

This month, Artichoke Music heralds its return to live music (at 50 percent capacity in accordance with the statewide mandate). Livestreams will continue as well. All event info and tickets …

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Silver Linings & Blessings in Disguise

Spoken word meets the written word in Silver Linings and Blessings in Disguise, Portland Storytellers Guild’s monthly Saturday evening event streamed on Zoom, March 6 at 7 pm. The tellings …

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How the Working Class Home Became Modern

It wasn’t really that long ago, but between 1900 and 1940, the average American home went from kerosene to electric lighting, outhouses to full indoor baths, and saw the rise …

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Kiazora

Born and raised in the PNW, Kiazora’s art explores interactions between life and death, form and the formless.  Her paintings convey the interaction of humans and environment. Her creative process …

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