News of Maine's Coast and Islands
One phrase to describe what underlies the harrowing political and social divisions in the U.S. these days is “identity crisis.”
Why banks and developers persist in financing and building projects in Miami is a mystery.
Vacationland features true confessions, like backing a boat trailer behind a Jeep for the first time at a ramp in Brooklin…
Two new cookbooks from Midcoast chefs—Full Moon Suppers at Salt Water Farm in Lincolnville by Annemarie Ahearn and The Lost Kitchen: Recipes and a Good Life Found in Freedom, Maine by Erin French—suggest that our rugged, salt-hued terroir
He was obliged to scour ship chandleries up and down the coast for scarce fittings…
The title of the book alerts the reader to a central thesis here: while an island may have a granite foundation, it is always in flux, the tides, for one, bringing about constant change.
Strout exposes the dark side of adult experience: marital deceptions, voyeurism, status and wealth substituting for emotional capital, and trauma…
The ocean is unsayable, like a lot of the natural world. The night sky is unsayable. The energy in a seed. The sacrality of a maple leaf. The full moon. The mind of snow.