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.
Plus, news about a Portland bakery and the development of Saco Island.
Plus, now you can really name Portland’s new hockey team.
Also in your nightly newsletter, Portland took a step toward getting a 68-foot-tall cold storage building for its waterfront.
Also, can you tell the difference between a real photograph and a faked one? Most people can’t.
Also in tonight’s newsletter: Why scientists are injecting rabies into ferrets. On purpose.
John Alfred Poor got frostbite and pneumonia on his grueling trek to bring trains from Canada to Portland.