Beyonce’s new song “Formation,” which you’ve probably heard by now on the radio, from a passing car or on the Super Bowl Halftime Show, has been a highly talked-about song since it was released last week. There have been protests, counter-protests and seemingly endless essays about what it means. But the most surprising reaction was the bump […]
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“Its vaulted ceilings and gourmet aromas keep locals, vacationers and day-trippers from Boston and beyond returning year after year.”
Maine Coon cats can get pretty big, but it’s not often they’re mistaken for a bobcat or a lynx. At least not in Maine.
The reaction was overwhelmingly positive. Even for Colbert fans used to seeing interesting authors and scientists along with the usual celebrity guests, Parcak was a breath of fresh air.
The Bangor native cracked up the audience on a special, live-broadcast “Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
The rapper invited fans to make a music video for the song, which is just LePage’s comments chopped up over music.
Sarah Parcak, a world-renowned archaeologist and graduate of Bangor High School, is set to appear on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ on Friday night.
Carhartt pants? Nope, that was Washington.