In this week’s edition of Friday Fails (the weekly blog post celebrating vehicular mayhem) we salute the 35th anniversary of the greatest film ever made: The Blues Brothers. The film was released this week in 1980. I was just a kid, but through the magic of cable television, I was able to watch it about […]
Andrew Tevanian of the Prides Corner Drive-In has started a series of videos to promote his family business. He puts his fearless brand of eccentricity to its highest and best use in the short clips. In the above piece, promoting the latest dinosaur flick, he sports safari clothes and binoculars as he warns us all […]
Sometimes people refer to me and my artwork. That always makes me uncomfortable. I don’t consider myself an artist. I have zero art training. My degree is in English literature. I’m more of an artisan, someone who crafts things with an obvious purpose. In my case, the pictures, video — and music — I create […]
It’s over. It’s finally over. It feels like I’ve been shooting nothing but podium people since August. Of course, that’s not quite true. But that’s what it feels like. To Paul LePage: Congratulations. I’ll see you in Augusta, soon. To Mike Michaud: Thanks for giving it your best. I know you’ll land on your feet. […]
I was at Hadlock Field in Portland on Friday night to catch Rusney Castillo, who just inked seven-year, $72.5 million contract with the Boston Red Sox, play some ball with the Portland Sea Dogs. Portland beat the Binghamton Mets, taking a 2-1 game lead in the Eastern League’s Eastern Division Championship Series.
Tattoos are commonplace in Portland. When the warm temperatures of summer reign and skin is revealed in abundance, you see them everywhere. Full sleeves of intricate imagery creep from shoulders to elbows. Skirts hover above decorated legs and sweetheart’s names blaze across many a sternum for the world to see. But one tattoo stood out […]