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Birds have personality, but also favored by predators
‘Cajoling campaign’ creates ‘weird’ but vital cast
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Bridge offers escape from isolation, but newcomer stays
Despite digital methods—or maybe because of them—hand-drawn maps remain in favor
Islesford’s Ashley Bryan, the author and artist whose books, illustrations and paintings have reached world-wide audiences, was honored this month for his latest children’s book Freedom Over Me: Eleven Slaves, Their Lives and Dreams Brought to Life.
The MAV project will forever change our island, and whatever short-term benefits we might receive will be more than offset by the irreparable damage it will do.
“I do still believe there is an innate appeal of maps that is going to continue to drive individual interests in maps they can put on their walls…” —Steve Engle
Williams offers a mix of call to action, manifesto and a questioning of the status quo…
The mission of the women’s march is inclusivity, to ensure protection of the rights, safety and health of us all
Anywhere else I probably wouldn't have served on the planning board, become an EMT, started leading Pilates classes or opened a bakery.
Dishes also benefit from being labeled as they gallivant around the island via pot luck suppers…
It has been a fraught year for chicken owners in this neighborhood and elsewhere on the island.