Fill The Steins explores the highlights of the 2014-15 calendar at the Collins Center for the Arts, from A to Boz.
Fill The Steins takes a look at some of the coming highlights of the University of Maine’s School of Performing Arts’ Fall 2014 schedule.
Fill The Steins takes a poetic turn, wishing UMaine’s students well, as they return to campus.
Fill The Steins takes a trip down memory lane, and looks at a particular piece of baseball memorabilia from UMaine alum and Major Leaguer Mike Bordick.
Fill The Steins takes a trip down memory lane to 1993, when UMaine Hockey was the center of our world, and Coca Cola issued a very special commemorative bottle, just for us.
On August 9, the University of Maine School of Performing Arts remembered Dr. Sandra Hardy, who retired in May and unexpectedly passed away in June. As part of its Summer Session series, Fill The Steins remembers Sandra.
FTS Al Fresco heads to Boothbay Harbor, where the third-story roof deck at the Boat House Bistro offers great food, drink, and views.
Fill The Steins continues its Al Fresco series back in Portland at The Thirsty Pig, where sausages and Maine beers make a tucked-away deck even better.
Fill The Steins’ “Summer Session” keeps on keepin’ on through the dog days of summer – here, we sit down with George Kinghorn, Director and Curator of the UMaine Museum of Art.
Some parts of college are pretty fuzzy for me. After more than a decade away plus some weekend choices that, in retrospect, might have been less-than-good for my brain cells, there are things that just aren’t going to stick. But I do remember one thing: the original Bear’s Den.