News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Disney worked with state government to send two fawns to Hollywood so Bambi animators could study their movements.
The stunning Island Funeral, 1939, offers a bird’s-eye view of boats arriving at Teel’s Island…
The narrow format of much of Peter Kilgore’s verse is the perfect vehicle for his “intricately measured voice.”
There is by now this third zone of solidly authentic in-Maine experience…
In 1931, Little suggested giving the state of Maine the authority to euthanize…
Nearing was indicted on charges of sedition; specifically, undermining the U.S. efforts in fighting what came to be known as World War I.
Crows are smart and crafty, keen observers of their environment, and sometime-plunderers…
“It’s a challenging thing, trying to get people to care about something you can’t see.”
Of 4,500 commercial lobster licenses in Maine, 200 are now held by women…