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.
Fort Meade, MD — The National Security Agency believes it’s only a matter of time before it understands the message hidden on the license plate of Leslie Pelletier’s 2014 Chevy Equinox.
Millinocket — Artificial intelligence entity Mark Zuckerberg is back in Maine, re-visiting the same people and locations as the last time he made the trip. Continue reading “Facebook Founder Returns to Maine for More Practice Acting Human”
Appleton — Kevin Bouchard had his mind blown during a long block of only the best of today’s hardest rock and yesterday’s favorites when he realized WTOS’ call letters describe the location of its broadcast tower.
Cutler — In spite of the rising waters flooding tidal ecosystems with vital nutrients, one clam is unable to shake its ennui. Continue reading “High Tide Not Helping This Clam’s Seasonal Affective Disorder”
Statewide — Walmart’s across the nation are famous for their friendly staff, but it seems like no matter where you go, there are never enough check-outs open. Continue reading “Customer Service Win! Walmart Is Adding Extra Cashiers to Keep Up With New Gun Sales”
Lewiston — A recent image shared to social media platform Facebook is suspected of being originally intended for Michigan and not Maine. Continue reading “Maine Weather Facebook Meme Clearly Stolen From Michigan”
Augusta — In these hyper-partisan times, having both parties see eye to eye is rare. But when it comes to representing the most extreme and one-dimensional stereotypes about their parties, Maine’s lawmakers find common ground.