News of Maine's Coast and Islands
At Bunker Cove begins and ends with singing. The opening poem, “A World of Singers,” is an invitation to listen to a particular soundscape...
They routinely bathed meat in vinegar and water until it was squeaky clean again.
I’ve been thinking wistfully of the time when I can once again eat a veggie burger, sweet potato fries…
It generated such outrage that it was taken down from Facebook within hours...
Some sources describe this walk as a dance, but I think it looks more like the bird is imitating a “low rider” car…
To meet a state mandate to raise half its operating funds from customers, the Maine State Ferry Service has proposed raising rates during the busy summer months and lowering them in the off season.
The players—3rd graders through 8th graders—were working the crowd.
A survey aimed at residents of Maine’s 15 unbridged, year-round island communities reveals deep concern about ticks and the diseases they carry, such as Lyme disease.
The voice in these poems brings to mind poets Frank O’Hara and James Schuyler, masters at transforming daily goings-on into engaging verse.