I was in Aroostook County on Tuesday and wanted to go somewhere I’d never been and see something I’d never seen. Mission Accomplished. And then some.Read More
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This week, the Maine Bicentennial Commission officially introduces Maine200, the State’s information resource for Bicentennial events, programs and news. The Commission is encouraging individuals to get involved in commemorating Maine’s past and celebrating its present, and in that spirit, and with a little help from Mom, I’ve started a Bicentennial themed website.Read More
That’s where I was last week driving north of Caribou, Maine into new territory I’d never traveled before. It was raining and my windshield wipers weren’t clearing the water fast enough for me to see and process the unfamiliar.Read More
The Boulevard, which officially opened in 1917, is a well-known, well-loved and well-traveled pathway around Portland’s Back Cove. At 101, it is as vital as ever.Read More
The Tuesday after Labor Day weekend is like the ultimate Monday: it’s back to school, back to work, back to regularly scheduled programming. It’s the day millions of people turn their backs on summer.Read More
I had four single Uncles in those formative years. I was fascinated by their girlfriends. I think I learned that I wanted to be someone’s girlfriend some day by watching them.Read More
Recently I sat down to interview an author about his family history and the stories he had included in his book. By the time I stood up an hour and a half later, I felt like he’d given me access to chapters of his life yet unwritten.Read More