News of Maine's Coast and Islands
About 1,300 vessels have wrecked off Maine’s coast in recorded history…
Today, Gammelin employs about 60 people in fabrication, architectural stonework, construction, and quarrying.
The Penobscot Marine Museum will host a free opening reception and preview of its “Where in the World?” and “Weather or Knot?” exhibits on Friday, May 24...
It’s not uncommon for people to sharply disagree about what is being shown…
Co-curators Norma Jean Saulis and Allan (Duck) Saulischose the work of nine indigenous artists living in New England and the Canadian Maritimes. Their work often delivers a compelling message.
The initial human response to a threat is to turn away from it…
The Penobscot Marine Museum has rehoused and cataloged four collections documenting quintessential 19th and 20th century Maine industries...
“There are so many questions. There are too many irregularities.”
“Artists felt they were being recognized for the first time.”