“Why don’t they have salsa on the table?”
“Obviously, when we have 4,000 or 5,000 people coming in here on a given night, it has a real impact on the local economy.”
Did you have tickets to Prince perform in Portland in 2001?
The world’s most heavy-handed metaphor is coming to Portland. (I stole that tag line from my colleague, Dan.) The Titanic. It’s one of history’s most famous maritime disasters and a ship whose name has come to be an instantly recognizable euphemism for arrogance and failure to plan ahead. In case there’s anyone reading this who […]
From drawing pictures with locals to going out on a fishing boat, visiting musicians have been happy to immerse themselves in Portland.
“Everybody agrees a number of our elementary schools are not where they need to be in order to provide an equal education to all of our kids.”
The family of Paul Cady has retained one of Maine’s best known attorneys.
“Whenever we talk about changes to the landscape, people get antsy.”
“By singling out a particular group of people to support … you’re creating greater divisiveness between communities in the city,”
Portland television station WCSH 6 broke the news Thursday evening on a story that a number of us area journalists have been poking around on for about a week: The building that houses landmark downtown grocery store Paul’s Food Center is being sold. The buyers, we ultimately found out, were a pair of LLCs led […]