In a post published on March 22, Forbes’ Kayla Brizo says people who live in the northeast (hey, that’s us!) might have a new spot to go on vacation other than “Boston, Philly, D.C., [or] Toronto.” It’s Portland! Apparently this city, located between Falmouth and South Portland, is a beautiful place to eat lobster, look at […]
Monday, March 20th is #FreeConeDay, which is the third annual charity fundraising event held by Dairy Queen across the country.
Now that I’ve seen people running on the street in short sleeves and shorts, I think that means the worst part of winter is over. We just have a few more weeks of wind chill and sorrow before the sun shines on us in all its glory. Here are a few more signs that mean […]
Canadian humorist and radio host Stuart McLean died on Wednesday after a battle with melanoma. He was 68. McLean hosted the The Vinyl Cafe, which originated on Canadian radio, but soon made its way onto MPBN. Perhaps by proximity, Mainers enjoyed with the uniquely Canadian stories. His programs often included stories about “Dave and Morley,” […]
Between the ice and the snow we see during Maine winters, injuries are an inevitability. Have you ever wondered what injury occurs more in Maine than anywhere else? A map created by digital health firm Amino shows which injuries are the “most disproportionately common” in each state. In Maine, it’s a broken ankle. U.S. Sen. Susan […]