It’s not my fault. I’m just the messenger. I didn’t cause this mess.
Although, to be honest, I don’t seem to have done much to prevent it.
Since the Media Mutt column began in late June of last year, the Maine media have been through some torturous twists and turns. Most of them haven’t been for the better.
If you were miserable this past week, I’m sorry, but I’m not going to let sympathy for your plight get in the way of rubbing your face in my good fortune. I’m sure you’ll feel better after being forced to learn how much happier you’d have been if you were me.
I celebrated the 4th of July by having a late lunch at J’s Oyster on the Portland waterfront, where my wife and I watched a tourist eat her first lobster (“Ooo, it has eyes!”) and the
Down East readers choose Maine's seven wonders.
Readers respond to "Where in Maine?" and other articles.
I’m starting off this week’s news roundup with all the important artistic, scientific and intellectual news, but I want those of you with short attention spans to know that later in this column there’s stuff about PHOTOS OF NAKED WOMEN. I’m not the type to exploit the story about PHOTOS OF NAKED WOMEN by putting it first, ahead of many more significant items, in a blatant attempt to suck in more readers. That wouldn’t be in the Down East tradition. Rather, it would
Hurting unit: Rebekah Metzler, a reporter for the Lewiston Sun Journal, was seriously injured on June 19 at the Lost Valley Ski Resort in Auburn, while taking a ride
"Green ideas have produced numerous political ribbon cutting ceremonies over the decades, but seldom do these green events get to enjoy long term anniversaries such as
The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association explains the benefits of Community Supported Agriculture.
Let's start with skateboarding. According to the Portland Press Herald, a Portland council committee has been asked to consider outlawing the activity in the downtown