News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Nowhere have I found a community where the generational divide is as smudged as it is here.
Annika Rogers has spent most of her life working hard to excel, both in school and in sport, competing locally in sailing and internationally in snowshoeing.
“How do we make peace with nature? That is the challenge of our times.” —Sylvia Earle
Maine’s smallest K-12 public school, located on a Penobscot Bay island, is seeking high school magnet students for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Monhegan Museum of Art & History has received a $1 million challenge grant from the Wyeth Foundation. The museum has up to three years to match this gift, the largest in the museum’s history.
“We helped people on the island understand what a special place it is."—Jay Friedlander
The Penobscot Marine Museum, a history and arts museum with nationally-recognized collections, has named Karen E. Smith, as executive director.
Capt. Will McLean recalls sailing the 134-foot steel brigantine Corwith Cramer in 15-foot seas.
In 2014, a group of residents of the town of Ōsakikamijima, Japan, invited the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor to help them start a college.