You, too, can speak chickadee. Or chickadese. Or whatever you call the language chickadees speak. We should be clear, here. You can’t communicate using specific terms with a chickadee. You couldn’t say, “Hey, chickadee, can you please go to the local market and pick me up a six-pack of soda,” even if you felt pretty […]
The story behind how it ended up here, in an under-insured city auditorium starts before the Civil War.
Here’s one thing you probably never thought to cover your body with: Salmon sperm. And yet, as scientists sometimes do, they’ve taken a random substance and have found a totally new use for it. Fascinating. The latest research has found that DNA extracted from salmon sperm can be used to make a tremendously effective […]
Mostly forgotten Harry Cochrane’s last major works have been hidden in plain sight for the better part of a century.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, the five possible names for Portland’s new pro hockey team and how Maine politicians are continuing to react to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
He died 40 years ago today.
The State Theatre’s “electric tiara” is coming back.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, the expansion of Metro bus service and candidates for city offices begin turning in paperwork to appear on the ballot.
Portland trivia: There are no lighthouses anywhere in the city.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, a Portland coffee shop is planning to move across the bridge.