Stueben — A quick fix meant to keep the cold out in 1988 has now become a permanent repair.
Portland — Not only does a super-buggy bake-up leave a literal mark, or ideally, two, it’s now protected under Maine’s right to free speech.
Statewide– Ralph Ouellette left early this morning to cross the state, and after 45 minutes, found each town more unfamiliar than the last.
Scarborough — Maine’s most popular new blog takes an outsider’s look at living in Maine, treating completely unremarkable, everyday occurrences as though no one has ever experienced them before.
South Portland — Everything old is new again at the hottest eatery in Maine, including abhorrent conditions that instantly transport any foodie back to a simpler, much filthier time.
Orono — Linguists studying the distinct Maine dialect believe they’ve cataloged every possible swear word Mainers have for snow.
East Boothbay Harbor — Tom Whitmore knew Maine was where he wanted to be when he first sailed his boat along its rocky coast. Continue reading “This Person Fell So in Love With Maine, He Moved Here to Change Everything About It”
Lewiston — According to Baby Boomer Brian Plourde, the golden age of Maine passed us by over 40 years ago.
Medford — In spite of the promise of ‘excellent condition,’ a cache of adult video cassettes being offered in the Miscellaneous section of Uncle Henry’s Swap It or Sell It guide remain unsold. Continue reading “Report: Best Offer Still Not Made on Lot of 7,500 Adult VHS Cassettes in Uncle Henry’s”
Houlton — In Aroostook County, tradition runs deep, and family heirlooms have a special significance extending beyond the importance normally ascribed to such items.