Lifestyle

  • Exhibit To Feature Artists And Collection

    MOUNT DESERT — The MDI Historical Society is launching its 2009 exhibit season with an art and artifact show titled “The Big and the Small.” The exhibit features work from Island artists in a variety of media, including, fiber, ceramics, basketry, aluminum sculpture, as well as oil paintings, water color painting and mixed media collage. The artwork is for sale with 40 percent of the proceeds going to support the Historical Society.

  • Bar Harbor To Get Symposium Sculpture

    Bar Harbor To Get Symposium Sculpture

    BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor is one of six Maine communities that will receive a sculpture from the 2009 Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium, which will take place at the Schoodic Education and Research Center on Schoodic Point in Acadia National Park from July 25 through Sept. 12.

  • Bar Harbor To Get Symposium Sculpture

    BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor is one of six Maine communities that will receive a sculpture from the 2009 Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium, which will take place at the Schoodic Education and Research Center on Schoodic Point in Acadia National Park from July 25 through Sept. 12. BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor is one of

  • Modern Vintage

    The title of one of Miss Tess’s albums best describes the Baltimore native’s fresh twist on old-style jazz, folk and blues. The sultry singer and her Bon Ton Parade, a small ensemble including brushed drums and saxophone, perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at The Grand in Ellsworth. “Imagine the sultry jazz halls of

  • Modern Vintage

    The title of one of Miss Tess’s albums best describes the Baltimore native’s fresh twist on old-style jazz, folk and blues. The sultry singer and her Bon Ton Parade, a small ensemble including brushed drums and saxophone, perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at The Grand in Ellsworth. “Imagine the sultry jazz halls of

  • Mirror, Mirror

    Check out Surry artist Stephanie Eleftheriou’s intricate wall mirrors on view downstairs at the Ellsworth Public Library. Eleftheriou celebrates nature by using and contrasting lichens, birch bark and other material collected from the Maine coast and woods. People who purchase the fragile creations are advised to lightly spritz the moss, lichens and British Soldiers. “Our

  • Mirror, Mirror

    Check out Surry artist Stephanie Eleftheriou’s intricate wall mirrors on view downstairs at the Ellsworth Public Library. Eleftheriou celebrates nature by using and contrasting lichens, birch bark and other material collected from the Maine coast and woods. People who purchase the fragile creations are advised to lightly spritz the moss, lichens and British Soldiers. “Our

  • Comic Relief

    In these troubling times, the New Surry Theatre is offering people a chance to take a break from their financial woes at no expense save for the mileage to and from Blue Hill. Theater director Bill Raiten reports that a limited number of complimentary tickets are being set aside for his troupe’s performance of Neil