It was supposed to be a project for the ages. In reality, it never turned a profit and now most of it has vanished.
This is the twisting, two-decade-long tale of how Portland’s Monument Square statue came to be.
Alice Greely didn’t run when the British attacked in 1775. As a result, her tavern was one of the few places left standing afterward.
His diplomatic work consisted mostly of drinking, smoking, dancing with ladies and waving from trains and carriages.
“It kind of came about by accident. A lot of times when I write songs, I’ll stick some chords together and I’ll blurt out the first thing that comes to me.”
One more time, with feeling.
In terms of the political polarization, Maine is living up to its motto: Dirigo. Almost a year after the state split is electoral college votes between the Republicans and Democrats, the Pew Research Center is reporting that the national political divide is wider than ever. On issues including the social safety net, race and immigration, […]
If you’ve been screaming “Fake News!” about every story you disagree with, maybe it isn’t having the effect you’d hoped.
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