Portland — Maine Magazine’s publisher is releasing yet another magazine to join its growing stable of properties, this one dedicated to cataloging and celebrating all the other magazines it publishes.
Freeport — Faith in humanity restored! After decades of having only one boot in the front of LL Bean’s Freeport location, there’s a pair once again.
Gardiner — Talk about old school! Patriots superfan Travis Harnett has been rooting for the Patriots since 2003 when he heard the Pats were going to the Super Bowl again.
Vinalhaven — Lobsterman Jerry “Squiggum” Smith ran into sternman Mike Hopkins at Carver’s Harbor Market and made a stunning discovery.
Lewiston — Mainely Threads Quilting & Craft is going out of business because potential customers have been confused as to where, exactly, they need to go to gain entrance to the business.
Brooklin — Humorist John Hodgman isn’t from Maine, but he visits Maine, and that makes him enough of an expert to have written a book about the state.
Augusta — Governor Paul LePage, who was saved from an addiction to food by a last-ditch medical procedure, has yet to act on rules allowing the distribution of heroin-overdose drug Naloxone without a prescription.
South Portland — The National Institute of Donnas recognized Maine with its highest honor on Tuesday. Continue reading “Maine Leads the Nation in Women Named Donna”
Rockport — Scandal has rocked Maine’s premiere magazine about Maine, with investigative journalists discovering a dirty secret in plain sight. Continue reading “Huge Scandal: Down East Magazine Office Actually Located in the Midcoast”
Lisbon — The Moxie Beverage Company officially announced the first new addition to the Moxie family of beverages in years, designed especially for hearty Mainers. Continue reading “Moxie Introduces New ‘True Mainer’ Blend Designed to Taste Even Worse”