News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Megan Grumbling’s Booker’s Point is a remarkable homage in verse to one Bernard A. Booker, 1922-2008, the “unofficial mayor of Ell Pond, Maine, and finder of gold in quartz.”
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…
The pages of The Stone From Halfway Rock should practically reek of salt air and ocean spray, so vividly does author Peter Macdonald Blachly, a writer and musician who lives in Bath.
It generated such outrage that it was taken down from Facebook within hours...
“The last several surveys have been very disappointing, with below average recruitment.”
—Maggie Hunter of DMR
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Some sources describe this walk as a dance, but I think it looks more like the bird is imitating a “low rider” car…
A nicked propeller or a crunched wheel strut on an island is enough to ruin your whole day...