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Portland Weekend Goings-On, November 2nd – 4th

                    Out of everything that is happening this weekend, these are the events I think you should go out of your way to get to. Get out of the house and/or apartment and/or office and do some of them. First Friday Art Walk takes place tonight, […]

Joe Ricchio on PumCaCa and The Food Coma Show

From his popular blog Food Coma to his editorship position at Maine Magazine’s Eat Maine, Joe Ricchio is a well known fixture in the Maine food scene. He recently started writing for Bon Appetit, and so, at long last, the influence of his already popular commentary on the national food scene is steadily growing. Along […]

Dear Mom: If I should die… An inadvertent love-letter to a mid-00s Portland.

I just came across the following email excerpt, which I had forgotten about entirely since the last time I stumbled upon it back in 2010. In the summer of 2005, my good friend Nathaniel Whittemore and I traveled through the Balkans and into the Palestinian Territories. There was only one occasion in which I felt […]

Portland Weekend Goings-On, October 12th – 14th

These things are happening this weekend. Get out of the house and/or apartment and/or office and do some of them. (And if you missed Jon Spencer Blues Explosion at Asylum last night, shame on you, son.) My Picks: DIRIGIMUS Farewell Show Day Two with God.Damn.Chan., Altered Gee and Contrapposto. Of the event, Rural Ghosts’ Erik […]

Portland Weekend Goings-On, October 5-7th (and a few local music suggestions)

These things are happening this weekend. Get out of the house and/or apartment and/or office and do some of them. My Picks: Feastland is a food/music/arts event I am all sorts of bummed I am not going to be able to make it to. Presented by SPACE Gallery, there will be seasonal food, site-specific art […]

Interview: Samuel James, Part I [Videoport and Portland]

Samuel James is a well-respected, world-traveled, Portland-based Bluesman who was nominated for a Blues Music Award in 2010. I recently talked with James, who I have known since we were both scrappy mall rats, about the release of And for the Dark Road Ahead, his upcoming album. We ended up talking at great length about […]