News of Maine's Coast and Islands
In Maine, April is a flirt, flashing a warm, beckoning smile one day, and spitting snow the next.
We found a huge, gorgeous oak tree in a grassy clearing on the west end of the island and set up our tents under it.
As a black man on a largely white coast, and as an artist, not a fisherman, he became a central part of his island community…
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
A circus arts school recently formed in Biddeford will bring classes to the coast this summer.
It was one of those crazy thoughts people get in the dead of winter. It’s January of 1608. You’re a Popham colonist, teeth chattering, huddled against the cold in a half-built Fort St. George.
This is a community landmark, built in 1793 by Ignatius Haskell as a private home.
These days, instead of taking the mail boat to Little Cranberry, Patrick’s wife Tasya rides the ferry each day to her job in Manhattan.
“With digital becoming more prevalent in the marketplace, you are able to analyze and evaluate your campaign on the fly.” -- Steve Lyons
Some things just can’t be replaced, such as the historic brining shed—an integral element in Lubec’s once booming smoked herring business.