Before Chef’s Table, the critically-acclaimed Netflix original documentary series, David Gleb was already travelling the world to showcase the fine-dining and some of the globe’s most captivating cuisine. Gleb, the director of Chef’s Table,.
The small but mighty ski resort of Lost Valley is an important part of many students’ non-academic Bates experience and on Saturday night students flooded to the resort for a night of music and winter activity. Bates rented out the entire resort.
Since its rise in the 18th century to the present, coal has held a tight grip on the United States’s economy and job market. It helped power the United States through the industrial revolution and propelled the country’s economy forward. But.
In the cold months of the Maine winter, many sports come out of summer hibernation for us all to play. Most people are familiar with skiing, snowboarding, hockey, and snowshoeing. But have you ever heard of broomball? Broomball is winter’s true.
Warning: Spoilers The second installment of the latest Star Wars trilogy and the eighth film of the franchise came to the big screen over the holidays, ending a two year gap since audiences saw their new favorite characters come to life, as well as.
This past Saturday evening, the Bates Christian Fellowship (BCF) hosted a Christmas Dinner to celebrate the holiday season with the Bates community. The event was festive, heartwarming, relaxed, and welcoming. Hosted in the Benjamin Mays Center, the.
Although one of the richest nations in the world, the United States still suffers from chronic hunger. In fact, the US ranks worst in hunger among the world’s most developed countries. But in this country, food shortages are not the issue,.
What defines home? Where do you find it? How do you share it with others? – These are the questions that this film chases all over the world through the eyes of skiers on their home snow. This is Home, the newest installment of films presented by.
1. Wet Hot American Summer While summer has come to close, there is still time to reminisce on your camp days with this hilarious movie. Taking place at a summer camp in 1981, this movie is guaranteed to make you laugh at all of the ridiculousness.
Owned by Big Tree Hospitality, the company that also owns Eventide Oyster Co. and Hugo’s Restaurant, The Honey Paw (Portland, ME) presents a fresh spread of Asian-fusion food that is a perfect way to treat yourself on your next trip to Portland..