Entertainment

  • French Films

    BAR HARBOR — Reel Pizza Cinerama and College of the Atlantic will bring the Tournées Festival of French Film to Bar Harbor from Friday, April 3, through Monday, April 6, at Reel Pizza. The festival selections includes features and shorts. All are open to the public and will from Friday, April 3, to Monday, April

  • Irish Famine Inspires Moving Performance

    BLUE HILL — An event of uncommon depth and artistry, presented jointly by River Music and Peninsula Metamorphic Arts and Learning, was held at The Bay School on Saturday evening. The multidimensional program, based on Peter Behrens’ award-winning novel, “The Law of Dreams,” wrapped the tragedy of the Irish Famine and emigration in stunning music, evocative readings, incomparable songs and slides.

  • Irish Famine Inspires Moving Performance

    BLUE HILL — An event of uncommon depth and artistry, presented jointly by River Music and Peninsula Metamorphic Arts and Learning, was held at The Bay School on Saturday evening. The multidimensional program, based on Peter Behrens’ award-winning novel, “The Law of Dreams,” wrapped the tragedy of the Irish Famine and emigration in stunning music,

  • Seussical: The Musical Opens at The Grand

    ELLSWORTH — “Seussical: The Musical,” based on the works of Theodor Seuss Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss), will be performed at The Grand at 7 p.m. March 27-28 and at 2 p.m. on March 28. Presented by Acadia Community Theater (ACT), the 42-member cast is directed by Bob Bahr of Bar Harbor. It weaves elements and

  • Yoga Practice Provides Comfort in Tough Times

    Yoga classes have popped up in every corner of Hancock County as many Mainers search for inner peace during these uncertain times. “They’re searching for some of that calm and centeredness that doesn’t come from being busy and doing, doing, doing,” said Jessie Greenbaum of Mount Desert, who has been practicing yoga for over 20