News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Many folks who show up to open shop have projects in mind, but you don’t have to have a project when you walk through the door, said Katie Meyers, the museum’s marketing and communications manager...
The voice in these poems brings to mind poets Frank O’Hara and James Schuyler, masters at transforming daily goings-on into engaging verse.
A nicked propeller or a crunched wheel strut on an island is enough to ruin your whole day...
They were bundled on stretchers and placed side by side on the engine box of the mail boat.
Each small table in the brewery had, along with the requisite pretzels and trivia cards, a piece of paper with five discussion questions…
“The boatyards that are willing to innovate and diversify their services are doing well, and will be successful," said Sue Swanton of the Maine Marine Trades Association.
Media, Economic Development, Marine Programs
Kelp spores are introduced to a beaker or aquarium. String is then wrapped around a section of PVC pipe and the pipe is immersed in the water with the spores. The spores attach to the twine, and when they reach a certain size...
“The goal is to graduate kids so they’re ready for jobs.”
A circus arts school recently formed in Biddeford will bring classes to the coast this summer.