In this newsletter, news from tonight’s meeting to clear the air between City Manager Jon Jennings and Mayor Ethan Strimling, as well as a Liv Tyler sighting in Portland and the latest sign of the robot apocalypse.
He had hundreds of them crawling around the studio where he gave music lessons.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, what your local news anchor looks like after a snake sticks its tongue in her mouth.
Plus, the city of Portland is poised to pick the payment processing firm WEX to develop a high-profile waterfront lot.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, why you can’t trust your vacuum cleaner. And how the delegation reacted to Trump’s latest controversy.
One wailed on a plaintive harmonica and sang about his woes. The other fella kept his head down, playing guitar with his hands and a percussion rig with his feet.
Tonight’s edition of The Express evening newsletter is like a stuffed-crust pizza of news.
As gentrification gobbles up whole neighborhoods, his passing can’t help but feel like a punctuation mark at the end of golden time for this city.
Although it’s a little chilly out right now. If you do something dumb today, that’s on you.
The sculptures can be seen in Portland, Harpswell and Washington, D.C.