News of Maine's Coast and Islands
The summer has been, in a word, enlightening, as I gain new perspectives on the culture of the place I grew up in.
An estimated 8-10 million tons of plastic makes its way into the oceans each year.
Those pretty, small towns kindled in me a love for New England.
The church is trying to re-establish a year-round presence—not to proselytize, but to provide aid, comfort, and pastoral continuity…
The dilemma of the music teacher is that sometimes there aren’t enough hours in the day for the music teacher to also play music.
A passion for place is the overarching theme of this engaging book.
Strangely enough, the first “connected device” was a tricked-out Coke machine at Carnegie Mellon University back in the early 1980s…
Here’s an idea that most would agree with—our elders should be able to age in place. But making this happen on an island or in a remote community is an altogether more difficult challenge than it is where I grew up...
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.