The last thing my over-scheduled life needs is another distraction, and yet somehow my family convinced me to join Facebook. I was immediately “tagged” to participate in the New York Times-noted phenomenon “25 Random Things About Me,” the object of which is to create a list of candid disclosures you’ve had the good sense to keep to yourself. It got me thinking that maybe this magazine should unburden itself of its accumulated trivia. Here are “25 Random Things About Down East”:
The Editor in Chief reflects on Napoleon's chances for victory - at Westminster.
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron on Down East Magazine's Best of Maine issue.
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron ponders the myths of Maine.
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron takes a look at two legends of Maine humor.
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron announces the publication of Deputy Editor Joshua F. Moore's book "What's in a Picture?"
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on Maine's largest city.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on vacationing close to home.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on revealing some of Maine's prettiest places.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on his family camp on Middle Range Pond.