You’ve probably seen the painted rock in front of the lighthouse tower. Here’s the story that goes with it.
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.
A secretive group has been giving Longfellow a scarf and present every year since 1999.
It’s a Portland holiday tradition like the tree in Monument Square, the fancy lights and the menorah at City Hall.
Street performing, or busking, for tips is an age-old practice. According to the Busker Street Union, it’s a tradition going back to medieval Europe where local merchants would invite entertainers to their storefronts, plazas and public squares to attract pedestrians and increase business. As far as I know, nobody invited Tim Burns and Joshua LaChance down to […]
It’s not officially a holiday tree. Just a tree.