News of Maine's Coast and Islands
I never thought I would find myself craving less alone time. Last year I longed for stretches of silence...
These traumatic negative experiences, like addiction, alter the way a young brain functions.
Work is scheduled to begin in April and conclude by the end of June…
“We helped people on the island understand what a special place it is."—Jay Friedlander
The Penobscot Marine Museum, a history and arts museum with nationally-recognized collections, has named Karen E. Smith, as executive director.
Capt. Will McLean recalls sailing the 134-foot steel brigantine Corwith Cramer in 15-foot seas.
Even more daunting was trying to write a review—how did I know what was good or bad art?
When you are young and you’ve done something that has you pumped, it’s often your parents’ reaction that sobers you up. This is true, scientist Joel Clement found out, even when you’re middle-aged.
Ninety-three years ago, fisherman John Murphy and his wife, Pearl, moved into their new 12-foot by 15-foot house in the village of Sebasco in Phippsburg near present-day Anna’s Water’s Edge Restaurant.