“As development shapes our city, how do we honor and not erase what was?”
“As soon as she announced her bid for the presidency, she was depicted as menopausal, addled, not really up to the responsibility.”
WalletHub, the personal finance site that cranks out research pieces at a rate we can’t keep up with, released its 2016 ranking of the most and least financially literate states. April is National Financial Literacy Month, proving that there may be nothing in existence that doesn’t get its own celebratory day or month. (April is […]
Maine’s largest city has burned down quite a bit.
The gathering place was remote — members had to hike through the woods to reach it — and those who participated were sworn to secrecy once they were allowed to join.
Can you imagine if our state was called that?
It depicts Maine with its disputed boundaries in 1820, the year it became the country’s 23rd state.
A real story from “those days of material and political struggle” as Maine became a state.
It shows a day in the life of Eugene Eaton — when lobster traps were made of wood, and fresh lobsters were stored in a bushel basket.
Using this technology on sharks could help save the animals’ lives.