“Every time I write about the people I grew up around, I’m writing a love poem.”
In northern Maine, ice carousels are big, cold, record-setting attractions.
For Dawn Bernier, taking over Dean’s Motor Lodge has been both heart-wrenching and heartwarming.
In the far northern stronghold of Acadian culture, it’s getting rarer to hear “Valley French,” once more common than English. What’s at stake if it’s lost?
The hardy little berry resembles an oversize, oblong blueberry, and it tastes like a blueberry-raspberry hybrid.
What are Aroostook County values, and why should they matter to the rest of us? We asked Kathryn Olmstead, a founding editor of Echoes magazine, who’s spent her career chronicling what sets the County apart.