The Pirates left in 2016, and the hockey team formerly known as the Alaska Aces are coming in 2018.
An alternative headline may have been: “Where’s the governor’s hotel key? The fish ate it.”
In other news, the mayor has announced a plan to help seniors afford housing in Portland.
They knew the song cold and sang with gusto. I was shocked again. “We’ve been practicing on it for a week now,” said Paige Desmaris, one of Davidson’s pupils.
“Once again, we have shown that putting our children first will always be our top priority.”
In other news, Maine’s youth prison laid off nearly half of its teachers.
From Atlas Obscura: “This is an exclusively Canadian sound, one that the vast majority of Americans not only don’t use where Canadians use it, they don’t use it at all. It’s completely foreign.”
“We wanted to show our appreciation for these outstanding community advocates and offer our support to the causes that are so near and dear to their hearts.”
“I don’t think of Portland as being off the national grid. I think of Portland as a dot in a matrix of dots that represent what is happening in theater in the U.S.”
He wanted to see his son, Elwood, before he died. He was the only family Modoc had left. His wife and two other children had already succumbed to disease.