News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Some of the staff at the Island Institute agreed to share their thoughts about Earth Day, on this, its 50th anniversary.
My job involves helping teach kids bike repair, getting them riding safely and happily...
While a good set of paper plans may represent a design pretty well, it can miss what a boat will actually look like…
One afternoon, I was reclined and exposing more pale Vinalhaven epidermis to the Mediterranean sun…
Each meeting has a keynote topic for which knowledgeable panelists are invited from within and without island communities.
You could rewrite these sentences remembering the 1960s and early ’70s. Will I contract a draft notice this week? Will my brother, uncle, or cousins?
Luke’s Lobster has launched an e-commerce platform to offer a number of Luke’s seafood products direct-to-consumer.
“You could roll a bowling ball down Main Street on a Friday night in 1985 and not hit a soul.”
Consider the extremes of how islands are portrayed in literature, film, and on TV. The island setting often is used to show how the very best of community values can thrive, or how the very worst of human nature can fester.