News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Two Maine organizations dedicated to preserving the past have collaborated to present documentary films in a festival this fall.
This is the second of a three-part series recollecting the look and feel of Portland in the 1960s, '70s and '80s by a Maine writer who spent his youth there.
In the 1970s, Portland grew up.
We see Lucy working through defenses like rationalization and denial to finally come to an understanding of love as complex.
American Character: A History of the Epic Struggle Between Individual Liberty and the Common Good
By Colin Woodard
New York: Viking, 2016
Margaret Wise Brown, author of such children's classics as Goodnight Moon, The Runaway Bunny and The Little Island, had a deep love for Vinalhaven.
If Maine is to grow its economy and provide opportunity for innovation and entrepreneurship, particularly for those under the age of 40, we must understand Portland beyond definitions of city and geography...
Arts organizations, drawing people to events, exhibits, classes and more, are the seeds for healthy, diversified growth…
There is a side to island life that might be eclipsed by fishermen’s working lobster boats and pickup trucks, and tourists walking off ferries.
I didn’t expect to hear that a student complained that I forced my kids to make a “gay wall.”