News of Maine's Coast and Islands
There is so little fuel on them that the gas burner, emitting a little puff of gas, can extinguish one before the gas ignites…
The caretakers and contractors on our islands are some of the busiest people around as Memorial Day approaches.
Sea lampreys are a particularly gruesome kind of parasite, latching their circle of teeth into the flesh of other fish and even humans.
You walk around and examine the other airplanes, hang out with like-minded nerds and veteran pilots with stories to tell…
“It’s as if the Titanic has sunk and I am trying to save my 100, while the rest are drowning.” —Dr. Ira Mandel
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
The populations of river-run fish started decreasing dramatically in Maine as long ago as the early 1800s.
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Margaret Wise Brown herself is an iconic figure. Beginning in the 1930s she brought an entirely new perspective—that of the young reader or listener—to the writing and publishing of books for children. Good Night Moon—just one example among many...
When it was revealed to me that one of the three old men I’d passed was, in fact, Scottie…
Those who own houses they don’t occupy and then rent by the week or month make a lot of money…