Click away at these links for fun, film and info.
Bringing the joy of live music to people throughout Maine since 1896, with concerts for many tastes and all ages, the BSO is one of the oldest continuously operating community orchestras in the U.S.
Founded in 1864, the Bangor Historical Society has been collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of the Penobscot Valley for over 140 years.
The University of Maine Museum of Art enriches the cultural life of the citizens of Maine and University community through exhibitions, collections and innovative educational programming designed to promote an understanding of the visual arts with particular emphasis on the modern and contemporary.
An ensemble company dedicated to nurturing the creative growth of the artists, and entertaining the widest possible audience and producing consistently high quality, affordable performances.
Provides the residents of Bangor with current reading materials, programs and materials for continuing education, self-improvement, enjoyment and information.
With seven major interactive exhibit areas on three floors, Maine Discovery Museum is the largest children’s museum north of Boston. Located in the historic Freese’s building in downtown Bangor, MDM is just an hour’s drive from Acadia National Park. Check out their PARENT’S NIGHT OUT!
With the Bangor Opera House as its home base, PTC celebrates over 30 years with innovative as well as classic plays.
Enhances our community by reaching out to educate, inspire, and involve people of all ages by providing opportunities to create and experience quality dance.
A great reference when visiting Bangor, the Queen City of Maine!Places to stay, where to eat, goings on, and the schedule for Tommyknockers and More—the only bus tour of Stephen King’s Bangor, accourse. THE place to contact when you need a friendly city to hold your meeting or conference.
Amazing reference site for cultural and community events and organizations throughout the state and throughout the year. If it’s out there, it’s here!
Feel the Beat of Downtown Bangor! It’s happening here.
State-wide listings of community events
Just ’cause you live here doesn’t mean you can’t use this.
What you need. To know… about our region.
Started in 1974, WHSN is licensed to Husson University and Operated by the students of the New England School Of Communications.
The best classic rock, 8 days a week. Locally owned and always live!
Listener supported and volunteer powered independent community radio serving Midcoast, Downeast & Central Maine. A voice of many voices
Covering lifestyles, arts and entertainment in Central and Eastern Maine, The maineedge.com is a free weekly, Wednesday print publication with a daily on-line edition. Twenty four-full color pages filled with content that promises to inform and entertain those of us in the Bangor region.
Over 25 years of bringing innovative film to Maine.
So many films, so little time!
Recognized as one of the top 25 film festivals in the world for documentary films and filmmakers, this festival highlights work that shows dedication to craft and a unique and artistic approach to telling a darn good story.
We all know what a great place Maine is. Help film makers show that to the world. Help to make it easier for them to shoot and produce their productions here.
Want to make a picture in Maine? Scouting for some great locations? Go here.
Great resource for filmatic talent of the Maine kind. For those who do… join!
Your Source for Rare, Cult, Out-of-Print and Indie Movies! If you’re a Maine filmmaker, talk to these folks about distributing your movie to the Brewer and Bangor region! "You’ll always find more at the EDGE"
Astounding resource to answer almost any movie question you might have.
Compilation of film critics’ reviews from around the world.
One of this country’s leading authorities on the materials used in the production of animation art, Ron Barbagallo has drafted policies for the care of large studio collections. He’s also written some terrific articles on some terrific animators!
Is C-3PO a well-endowed ‘droid? Did Marilyn Monroe have six toes on each foot? Was Bogie the Gerber baby? Rumors and legends are both proven and dispelled at this hysterical site.
Home of 30-Second Bunnies Theatre
Feel that movies are going to H-E-double-toothpicks in a handbasket? Will Willard give your wee ones the willies? Should you take your tots to Teaching Mrs.Tingle? This site explains it all to you, from b-words to boredom, along with those great NYTimes reviews.
Also see Common Sense Media for an extensive searchable database of movies, videos, games, websites, apps, books and more.