Arts & Culture

Woodside One Wheeler - 4th Annual Craft ‘n Flea Market

 

Saturday, March 2, 2013, 8am – 2pm

Woodside Elementary School, 42 Barrows Drive, Topsham

Rent a table or attend this fun annual event sponsored by the Woodside One Wheelers. Over 40 crafters and flea market tables will be full along with a raffle, luncheon, and cookie walk. Beautiful hand made crafts, lots of flea market bargains including kids toys and clothes, and great homemade food makes this a great event for all ages. Think spring and come enjoy this fun day on Saturday, March 2 8AM-2PM! FMI visit www.woodsideonewheelers.org

Midcoast Maine Community Action "Take It Outside!"

Midcoast Maine Community Action "Take It Outside!"

Midcoast Maine Community Action "Take It Outside!"

Midcoast Maine Community Action "Take It Outside!"

Bates College presents Shakespeare's early 'Two Gentlemen of Verona'

 

 

Growing and Changing!!!

Growing and Changing!!!

Click HERE for some exciting news about this blog!!!

Movies: "Stand Up Guys"

Movies: "Stand Up Guys"

 

Like the undead rising from the grave, some of Hollywood’s superannuated stars are lumbering back to the big screen.  

 

There’s Sylvester Stallone, still violent after all these years in “Bullet to the Head.”  Arnold Schwarzenegger playing an unlikely southwestern sheriff in “The Last Stand.”  And Bruce Willis is on deck with yet another “Die Hard” venture, set in Moscow.

 

The Magic Kingdom - in Chicago

The Magic Kingdom - in Chicago

My blog is practically a two-for-one discount.

I'm thinking about about the 1893 Chicago World's Fair through two books.... Erik Larson's Devil in the White City, as well as my adventure rescuing Shepp's World's Fair Photographed.

Devil in the White City itself is "two-for-one;" it's about how the Fair was imagined, constructed, enjoyed, and destroyed.... AND about the psychopathic serial killer Henry Holmes.

Where and when did the world first enjoy Pabst Blue Ribbon?  1893 World's Fair.  How about Cracker Jack?  World's Fair.  That gadget we take for granted keeping our jeans closed...