News of Maine's Coast and Islands
I've always been someone who feels too much as it is…
“There are so many questions. There are too many irregularities.”
“Artists felt they were being recognized for the first time.”
“If the spreadsheet is all you care about, you’re going to be unhappy in Maine.”
“We don’t want to be a seasonal, higher-end venue that only some people can access.”
A quick, random survey of a half-dozen fishermen on their use of personal flotation devices, or PFDs, at the annual Maine Fishermen’s Forum in Rockport on March 1 led to a telling moment.
In the middle of winter, on a tiny island off the coast of Maine, I don’t think there’s a much better feeling than standing next to a wood stove, absorbing all the warmth I want.
We hung out with the headlining band, Beach Trash, while their singer got into full drag.
Residents between ages 20 and 29 made up over 20 percent of the Portland’s population in 2017.