A longtime summer resident of South Bristol and her sculptor neighbor have created a unique memorial to her late husband. Penny Mardoian, of New Canaan, Conn. and South Bristol, has come to a home overlooking McFarland’s Cove for 62 summers – first to her parents’ cottage and then to a home she built with her […]
One-Night Steadman Retrospective at Lincoln Home
For one evening only – Friday, July 15 – The Lincoln Home in Newcastle played host to a 46-year retrospective of the colorful paintings of Damariscotta artist Polly Steadman. The occasion was the second Damariscotta-Newcastle ArtWalk of the year and Steadman was on hand at the event to mingle with Lincoln Home residents and other ArtWalk attendees snacking on hors d’oeuvres, sipping wine, and asking questions about her artistic process.
‘Love/Sick’ Is Hilarious Romp
River Company opened its 19th season on Friday, July 8 in the Porter Meeting Hall of Damariscotta’s Skidompha Public Library with the whimsical romantic comedy “Love/Sick,” by John Cariani, author of “Almost, Maine.”
A Gentle ‘Tempest’
“The Tempest” storms and thunders, bewitches and bewilders, and ultimately touches the heart. Heartwood Regional Theater Company once again lives up to its wonderful name. A heart can be made of stronger stuff than the soft image we promote. The heart, after all, is the muscle that must be the toughest or we would not survive.
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