This isn’t just the season of fighting frozen pipes and doing battling with a snow shovel. There’s also quiet beauty in the deep freeze.
The Peaks Island ferry heads out on Tuesday morning across Portland Harbor as sea smoke rises around it. Sea smoke forms when very cold air moves over warmer water.
He doesn’t remember the crash, his flaming motorcycle or the people who found him lying in the road hours after his accident.
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum’s last Polar Express trains of the year rolled through a snowstorm on Friday night in Portland. Saturday’s scheduled trains were cancelled due to the stormy weather.
“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.
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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Also in tonight’s newsletter, the Secretary of the Navy visited Bath Iron Works today.