Blogs + Publications
The Arts and Economic Prosperity 5 report illustrates the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences in the City of Portland.
The Bollard is a monthly independent news and arts publication, featuring news, reviews, and music and theater listings.
The Guide to Portland Street Artists Rules and Regulations is a helpful resource for street artists and performers in the City of Portland.
Maine Art Scene promotes Maine art and culture. The online magazine features a large arts directory and also includes events, opportunities, interviews, artist webpages, and juried online exhibitions.
Maine Home + Design, the sister publication of Maine magazine, has everything you’d want in a local “shelter” magazine: beautifully photographed homes from around the state and resources for finding architects, interior designers, builders, and decorative artists.
Maine magazine covers the whole state from its home base in Portland including food, recreation, travel, music, art, style, and notable people.
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum blog provides the latest in railroad news and special events.
Old Port Magazine is the latest publication by Maine magazine, published quarterly and covering the heart and soul of Portland, including food, drinks, music, art, style, history, and wellness.
Portland Daily Photo posts almost-daily photos from in and around Portland by photographer Corey Templeton.
Portland Monthly is our glossy “city” magazine featuring personality profiles, arts news, food and local flavor, reviews, events listings, and original fiction.
Providing a glimpse behind the scenes at the museum, the Portland Museum of Art blog includes news, events, insights, and the history of permanent and visiting collections.
Portland Old Port is based in the bustling, historic Old Port neighborhood and covers the abundant and varied opportunities in Southern Maine for both residents and tourists. They find the best, most interesting options when it comes to dining, nightlife, entertainment, arts, culture, and more.