Poet’s Choice: Hugh Ogden

This selection features the work of the late Hugh Ogden and his friend and colleague Cynthia Munro Pyle. On Sunday, Aug. 10, lovers of poetry will gather at 6 pm on the…

In Review: David Munnelly

It was Thursday night and I was driving up to Rangeley through a hellacious rain. My radio was tuned, of course, to Steve Bull on WKTJ, as he reported the local weather.…

Stadler Gallery opens new exhibit

KINGFIELD – The Stadler Gallery will be opening two new exhibitions on Aug. 1: painter Betsy Bell of Mexico, Maine, and the recent work of gallery owner Ulrike Stadler Kozak of Kingfield, Maine.…

Time Tested: Solid progressive rock

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec City. It also marks the 40th anniversary of the founding of the progressive rock band Yes. Perhaps that’s why the group…

Towering banners of color

KINGFIELD – Towering variations of electric yellow, startling blue and sea glass green welcome viewers into the depths of the Stadler Gallery barn. In this, Ulrike Stadler’s eighth summer of art exhibition,…

Music Review: Embedded style

“What am I doing here?” I frequently ask myself that. Usually it’s in the daily context of the big “meaning of life” stuff that rattles around in my brain as I try…

Time Tested: Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell has been described as the greatest female singer/songwriter of the twentieth century. This is unfair… she stands at the very pinnacle regardless of gender. Like no other popular musician, she…

Candlelight Concert July 22

  OQUOSSOC – Rangeley Friends of the Arts will present A Candlelight Concert at the Log Church in Oquossoc on Tuesday evening, July 22 at 7:30 pm. This special performance of classical…