“As you get older, those seasons accelerate, arriving and departing like houseguests — hardly time to clean up after one before the next one is on the doorstep.”
Joanne Arnold is one of 12 speakers on the bill at this year’s TEDxDirigo, on November 3, at the Portland campus of the University of New England.
The legacies of my generation, individual and collective, will be various: much to boast about and much to be ashamed of.
This November’s midterm elections pit us against each other in ways that seem to have precious little to do with realities grounded in our local and national geographies or their histories.
Bob Sewall’s Lincolnville farm — Maine’s oldest organic apple orchard — is his life’s passion and a wellspring of innovation.
Sometimes there’s more to a hard day’s work than a hard day’s work. A life lesson learned from taking off with dad.
A late-summer bounty of wild mushrooms makes for a savory tart.
Early last April, a pair of ospreys — newlyweds, so to speak — built themselves a nest there. Every so often, we’d see one or the other of them…
Those rivers, those woods, those creatures, that country: The Way Life Is.
Could you eat your way through “Maine’s 30 Greatest Burgers?” Saco city administrator Kevin Sutherland and his partner Kristin Forester have!
“Rare birds, high-value birds, please us. But no more than the cliff swallows that once arrived in abundance every spring.”
To celebrate Gelato Fiasco’s book release, we are sharing their Wild Maine Blueberry Variegate recipe.