News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Brooks Trap Mill, a three-generation family business, is state’s largest producer
Gillis succeeds in exploring idea of island in essay collection
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Rising seas are claiming many of Maine’s 2,000 deposits
Dylan Metrano’s connection as musician, record company operator enliven island scene
I could hear the smallish cucumber-sized eggplant screaming my name from inside my refrigerator.
“Randy thinks the future of the industry is in making sure everyone is accountable for what they catch and what they throw over.” —Ben Martens
The board’s mission is to support the store to serve the community…
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the foundation reaffirmed its commitment to supporting education on and off the island, and looked to the future of its donor population and mission.
Anica Mrose Rissi is an accidental writer. Growing up on Deer Isle, she moved to the bigger world while attending Yale University, then landed a job—by accident—as an editor at Scholastic, Inc., the publisher of children’s books.
When the potatoes are done, lay the fish on top of the potatoes and cover the pot…
Maine may be relatively safe from hurricanes, but warming waters could change that status. We certainly are not immune from sea level rise. So, what should Maine's response be?
“I just love putting on shows. In some ways, it seems more special out here.” — Dylan Metrano