We watched double-flippers come off a long rope swing as they plunged into the water over and over.
Also in tonight’s newsletter: A Boston Celtics player is coming to Portland, and where locally you can get special glasses to watch the eclipse.
Also in tonight’s newsletter: Why today’s adolescents are more mentally in danger even if they’re physically safer than ever before.
When the 20 million gallon Munjoy Hill reservoir burst, the ensuing torrent destroyed two houses and killed four people.
Plus, the return of tall ships, baseball star Ryan Flaherty and… winter.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, why the owner of Sisters Gourmet Deli said her workers were so calm when a man barged in and screamed they were all “going to hell.”
Portland Sea Dogs hall-of-famer, and former Boston Red Sox first baseman, Kevin Youkilis returned to Hadlock Field Tuesday night to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Also in tonight’s newsletter, the first meeting between Mayor Ethan Strimling and City Manager Jon Jennings has been scheduled after last night’s clearing of the air.
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.