Photo exhibitions, performances, and even a ?snodeo? are on tap this month in Maine.
From a naughty Nutcracker to craft shows, Maine is bustling with things to do this month.
- Features - 64 The Other Freeport Three miles south of L.L. Bean is a soulful village that has retained its historic charm. But in South Freeport preservation has come at a cost. By Edgar Allen Beem. 72 Lucinda! Lucinda Yates went from homelessness to head of a company that has earned $24 million for
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Passamaquoddy Bay is the last, not-so-best site for a liquefied natural gas terminal in Maine.
Late fall is the perfect season to visit the state?s theaters, concert halls, and museums.
Autumn kicks into gear with performances, exhibits, and free-for-alls.
If you like walking tours, you like Maine. Half the cities and towns in the state seem to publish a pamphlet that guides people on a constitutional of each community, pointing out places of historic, folkloric, and architectural interest. Portland has its share of such tours. It's also home to some of
Port Clyde's Dip Net restaurant has all the hallmarks of a classic Maine lobster shack — the weathered gray building just off the docks, the picnic tables where you can sit and watch the lobsterboats pulling up, the menu rich with seafood. That's where the similarities end, though. The Dip Net
The controversial leader of the Christian Civic League has built his career by opposing gay rights ? and by making his political opponents see red.