Lifestyle

  • Ellsworth Chef Teaches Healthy, Creative Cooking

    ELLSWORTH — It can be hip to be square. That’s how Ellsworth chef Eileen Dunn-Kell sees it and how she pitches vegetarian cuisine to participants in her cooking classes offered through Ellsworth Adult Education. In her next six-part series starting May 4, the veteran cook will teach people how to make entrée dishes combining the

  • Bagaduce Music Library Gets New Director

    BLUE HILL — The Bagaduce Music Lending Library has announced the appointment of Sean Schmeits as the international music library’s new executive director. He succeeds Susan Theriot, who announced her resignation earlier this year. An experienced professional artist, arts administrator and public policy adviser, Schmeits brings expertise in the technical aspects of leading a nonprofit

  • Tidal Falls Restaurant Closed

    HANCOCK — The Frenchman Bay Conservancy (FBC) Board of Directors has voted unanimously to discontinue restaurant operations at Tidal Falls, saying the restaurant has operated at a loss for seven of the eight years it has been open.

  • Tidal Falls Restaurant Closed

    HANCOCK — The Frenchman Bay Conservancy (FBC) Board of Directors has voted unanimously to discontinue restaurant operations at Tidal Falls, saying the restaurant has operated at a loss for seven of the eight years it has been open. The board said the waterside picnic tables will remain, as will the Monday Night Music, to which

  • Joy of Music

    Sedgwick pianist and composer Paul Sullivan, who plays with “brilliance and clarity,” according to The New York Times, will usher in spring with a benefit concert from 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 26, at Acadia Christian School in Trenton.

  • Heavenly Sounds

    Sweet voices will fill the First Congregational Church of Ellsworth starting at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25. Pihcintu, a Maine children’s chorus comprising 40 singers who come originally from 17 countries, will perform.

  • How To Cook With Dandelion Greens

    At John Edwards Market in Ellsworth, organic dandelion greens are among the spring produce surfacing. Here’s how store staffer Dalyne Tuttle likes to prepare them: First, she washes the green, pointed leaves. She slices the greens so they will fit well in a pan. She covers them with an inch to 1½ inches of water

  • Essay Contest

    The Blue Hill Food Co-op is promoting the national Cooperative Grocers Association’s “How I Have Changed the World Around Me! Kress Award” contest.