News of Maine's Coast and Islands
While covering the Vietnam War, Dudman and two other journalists were ambushed in Cambodia. To help reassure a younger, very frightened colleague, Dudman said: “If we get out of this alive, we’ll have one hell of a good story.”
When colonists came to New England—and the Gulf of Maine in particular—the spectacular fish runs they wrote home about were the striped bass, not salmon.
Think back to 2008: summer Olympics in Beijing; signs of the Great Recession start to show; Barack Obama is elected president; Celtics beat the Lakers in the NBA finals.
The prevailing majority apparently has concluded that of primary importance is how the property looks, rather how it might be used.
Native protocol would have required the colony's leader, Sir George Popham, to visit Bashaba at his headquarters…
These days, instead of taking the mail boat to Little Cranberry, Patrick’s wife Tasya rides the ferry each day to her job in Manhattan.
We found a huge, gorgeous oak tree in a grassy clearing on the west end of the island and set up our tents under it.
We have heard that having access to patient, flexible capital is essential for their community-focused businesses to work.
Media, Economic Development
Fishermen who set up a CCF can write off the money they add to the fund each year.
Media, Marine Programs