Entertainment

  • 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

  • Schoodic Sounds

    Schoodic Arts for All is hosting a free outdoor concert series this summer on the lawn of the Channing Chapel Library. The performers will be area musicians playing music such as steel drums and classic rock and roll, among other genres, according to Breanna Pinkham, the nonprofit performing arts group’s publicist, who conceived of the

  • Lawson to Host Film Showing

    BLUE HILL — Brooksville resident Judith Lawson will host a showing of the film “American Challenge — Alone Against the Atlantic” on Thursday, April 2, at 7 p.m. at the Blue Hill Public Library.

  • Lawson to Host Film Showing

    BLUE HILL — Brooksville resident Judith Lawson will host a showing of the film “American Challenge — Alone Against the Atlantic” on Thursday, April 2, at 7 p.m. at the Blue Hill Public Library. The film documents the 1980 OSTAR (Observer Singlehanded Transatlantic Race) from Plymouth, England, to Newport, R.I. Featured in the film, Lawson

  • Milk

    “Milk” is a brilliant experience. A pleasure. From Sean Penn’s full-immersion acting to the recreation of the San Francisco scene in the 1970s, the movie is authentic and ardent without being worshipful.

  • Milk

    “Milk” is a brilliant experience. A pleasure. From Sean Penn’s full-immersion acting to the recreation of the San Francisco scene in the 1970s, the movie is authentic and ardent without being worshipful. Milk was the openly gay Castro District activist who was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977. A year later,