Lady Lamb performing at Port City last month, openers Cuddle Magic will take the stage at SPACE next week. PHOTO: HillyTown/Andrew Foster
It’s true — I’m not Dylan Martin, your usual HillyTown weekly Friday rounder-uper. Dylan is currently working on a more involved story for HillyTown that will be up next week (or so . . . → Read More: Friday Roundup: RVIVR, Action Bronson, AFRAID and First Friday
How are we already on to the second First Friday Art Walk of 2011? These things come up quick (seriously, it starts in about ten minutes)!
SPACE Gallery at January 2011 First Friday Art Walk
Anyway, here are some recommendations for those of you planning to head out on the icy streets tonight for . . . → Read More: First Friday Time Again
I know, I’m usually so good about providing a heaping list of First Friday Art Walk recommendations. This week, however, with such an overwhelming number of great options for your eyes and ears, to do it any justice would require a full day of link-gathering and writing, which I just didn’t have! This is partially . . . → Read More: First Friday!
Not only does this evening bring another First Friday Art Walk, but the day also signals the beginning of Portland kicking its holiday diy craft season into high gear. You have three big double-sized art/craft sales this weekend, with The Society For East End Arts Holiday sale (Fri 6pm-9pm, Sat 10am-6pm, East End community School), . . . → Read More: First Friday And The Craft Fair Explosion
Sure, there are lots of galleries and art spaces in Portland, but for tonight’s First Friday Art Walk, why not head off the Congress Street path a bit and check out a couple less-conventional spots?
The DoorYard (108 High Street, at Spring) will be celebrating its first Open Studio/Art Walk exhibit in way too . . . → Read More: First Friday Art Walk! (Feat. The Return Of The Dooryard)
The weekly roundups have gone out of style, but don’t think I’m going to leave you hanging when it comes to First Fridays.
Tonight, the big party is definitely down at Corduroy, where local international man of geometric shapes Matt W. Moore (along with Kate Cleaves) has been prepping 5 large windows for your . . . → Read More: Last First Friday Of The Summer
Jump right into it!
It’s nomination time for the Second Annual Portland Buy Local Indie Biz Awards! Forbes named Portland, Maine as one of the country’s ten most livable cities (maybe the most livable?) They must like lighthouses and boats. Perhaps the most re-blogged national mention of Portland’s awesomeness since last week’s Washington Post mention! . . . → Read More: Foggy First Friday Roundup (March 28-April 3)