Lifestyle

  • Abbe Hosts Maine Event

    BAR HARBOR — The Abbe will host the spring meeting of the Maine Archeology Society at its downtown Bar Harbor location. This meeting is open to all Maine Archeology Society members and to the general public, and runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Halfway There Comes to Sips

    SOUTHWEST HARBOR — Musical rovers Halfway There will perform at Sips Cafe in Southwest Harbor on Wednesday, April 29, starting at 7 P.M. The groups comprises Leonore Hildebrandt on percussion and vocals; Jim Vekasi on mandolin, guitar and vocal accompaniment; and Brian Dyer Stewart, also a singer-songwriter, on guitar, piano and vocals. Mr. Vekasi moved

  • Choral Society Sets Spring Concert

    BAR HARBOR — The Acadia Choral Society will perform works of George Frederic Handel, Stephen Paulus, and John Ireland at its annual spring concert. BAR HARBOR — The Acadia Choral Society will perform works of George Frederic Handel, Stephen Paulus, and John Ireland at its annual spring concert. Performances are set for Saturday, May 2

  • COA Contra Dance Set

    BAR HARBOR—The Big Moose Contra Band plays College of the Atlantic’s Gates Auditorium with caller Chrissy Fowler on Saturday, April 25. Lessons begin at 7:30 p.m.; dancing starts at 8 p.m.

  • Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues, Mr. Redding’s songs move, groove and delight the mind.

  • Lipbone’s Coming To Town

    There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues, Mr. Redding’s songs move, groove and delight the mind. There’s really no simple way to describe the original music of Lipbone Redding. Equal parts simmering urban-soul, swinging lounge, and rhythm and blues,