Your morning in Maine is not complete without a tasty treat from one of the state's iconic doughnut shops.
Inaccurate, inexperienced or just inarticulate? I can’t blame Larry Grard, a reporter for the Morning Sentinel in Waterville, for being confused as to what Republican 2nd District congressional candidate John Frary was talking about during an Oct. 17 debate at Colby College.
It looks like a done deal: According to two informed sources in the newspaper industry, Maine Media Investments – the company formed by former U.S. Sen. William Cohen, developer Robert Baldacci
Todd, the husband of the governor of Alaska (although he prefers to be called “First Dude”), made stops in Palmyra, Hermon and Presque Isle to campaign for the Republican presidential ticket. He said Maine was a lot like Alaska, only with better foliage. He
Spend a day in Bowdoinham, and you might think you've wandered into Maine's creative epicenter.
From small-town beginnings in Maine, Samantha Appleton has become one of the world's foremost crisis photographers.
You must be at least this tall to read this article.
Do not stand up while reading.
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Every third or fourth sentence should be disregarded as a blatant fabrication.
You’ve been warned.
We’ll begin with a gradual climb, not too steep, not too high. Attendance at Acadia National Park was up this year over 2007, reaching 2.2 million visitors.
Craft that harkens back to another era of vintage objects is all the rage. This new wave of craft has become so popular in the past five years that New York, Chicago and San Francisco have all participated in hosting The Renegade Craft Fair as a way for independent crafters to sell their wares in one massive setting.
I tell you this background information because it explains why I was so smitten with the success of the Picnic festival
Tinfoil on the windows. Check.
Shotgun by the front door. Check.
Encryption devices on the phone, computer and TV. Check.
Just getting ready for another day in Maine, the 12th most neurotic state in the nation, according to Perspectives on Psychological Science.
The magazine’s online survey of over 3,500 Mainers indicated we’re unfriendly, untrusting, ill-behaved