Lifestyle

  • Franklin Woman Forges Community Ties through Indian Cooking

    SULLIVAN — In planning her Indian cooking workshop, Gunjan Gilbert wanted students to prepare a traditional Indian “Thali,” which in Hindi means plate or meal, and in this case included a flatbread (bhature), basmati rice, two vegetarian dishes (sambhar and wada), and a creamy chicken curry (malai chicken). As she directed the Sumner Memorial High

  • 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,