Events, reviews, and things to do in Maine + New Hampshire
Dispatch is the daily portal for Maine and New Hampshire’s buzz-worthy events and reviews in music, film, style, sports, and more.
Bi-monthly in print and 24/7 on the web, Dispatch gives you the heads up on all your favorite hotspots along with exclusive information, discounts, and giveaways. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, we make it simple for you to plan your week so you can stop stressing and start enjoying life.
Karen Harris is a writer, a make-up addict, a magazine enthusiast, and an Emerson College graduate. She was born and raised in the Portland area, where she currently resides and draws inspiration for her freelance projects.
I am a media enthusiast with a passion for music, design, and storytelling. You can find me around Portland at a local show or sketchy guitar store looking for a rare piece of audio gear. I also love microphones… Is that weird?
A 3rd degree black belt with a love of scary movies, ramen noodles, and local music. If you haven't heard about her shih tzu Gidget, you will. She's addicted to her kindle and colorful socks. Plain socks are lame.
A self proclaimed yogi whose easily distracted by sparkly objects. I am obsessed with dining out and and trashy reality TV. When I am not too busy keeping up with the Kardashians, you can find me doing sun salutations while thinking about my next meal.
Hi! I am a writer, shopper, and man-about-town in Portland. I love Buffy the Vampire Slayer, hot yoga, Maggie Smith, and have a propensity for excited screaming when a dog is in view. I'm here to help you spend your hard-earned money.
Tim Gillis is the editor of The Granite State Sentinel (seacoast NH). He contributes arts & entertainment articles to The Portland Daily Sun and has written for The Weekly Sentinel. He's 14 years into a master's degree in American & New England Studies at USM and still searching for a thesis topic.
As a lover of heavily knitted sweaters, I like to spend most of my time thinking about sweaters. When not occupied by the heavy burden of thread counts, I like to eat scones with jam, think about my next meal and (briefly) concern myself with the weather.