Maine dollhouse fans enjoy construction, renovation, and interior decoration - all at one-twelfth scale.
Mainers have given John Baldacci a second chance. He'd better seize it.
Theater The Show Must Go On "Write what you know," they say. So it's no wonder that British playwright Michael Frayn dreamed up Noises Off, the classic tale of an inept theater troupe's struggle to finish its tour amidst the havoc of lovers' quarrels, eccentric actors, and stray sardines. Jan. 23 - Feb.
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The Language of Lobster In Europe, Christmas dinner includes the distinctive taste of Maine. Lobsters are pretty much summer food in Maine, but each December Bill Atwood, president of Atwood Lobster in Spruce Head, and other lobster dealers in the state send millions of pounds of Maine's favorite sea
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Features Westbrook's New Groove How a plucky little mill town stole Portland's mojo. By Edgar Allen Beem Bangor's Warm Welcome The Queen City is the first and last stop on U.S. soil for hundreds of thousands of soldiers. By Joshua F. Moore The Great Divide How did Maine's relationship with Quebec get
Hands-On Carry My Wife, Please You don't have to be united in matrimony to take part in the North American Wife Carrying Championships, but it might help. Contestants in male-female pairs take on a challenging, 278-yard obstacle course complete with water hazard and log hurdles. The grand prize is the
What happens if a major hurricane hits Maine?
There's just one thing wrong with summer in Maine: it's too short. Most Mainers know how to make the most of their every waking moment during the summer months, but for those who find themselves with a free moment (or fifty) we've created the ultimate summer to-do list. Whether you're hoping to discover