Many of today’s Boston Red Sox stars first made names for themselves on the professional scene playing in Maine’s largest city.
Maine loves pot more than California or Vermont, according to this list.
Do you have a favorite Maine hotel or bed & breakfast?
The website OnlyInYourState.com notes that these places “simply just don’t stand out from the street.”
The Maine entry is one of only three in the entire top 25 not in Florida, Hawaii or California.
Densely populated places with a lot of young, single people are exciting, based on this evaluation, and the less a town matches that description, the more boring it is.
There are a lot of factors kids take into consideration when choosing a college. How much will it cost me? Do graduates go on to make a lot of money? How well regarded is it? Is it in a cool city or a pretty place? Students looking for a beautiful campus have a lot […]
Tip of the cap here to Portland alternative rock radio station WCYY, 94.3 FM, for first reporting the findings of entertainment website UPROXX‘ research into which band best represent each of the 50 states. ‘CYY jock Joey explained UPROXX’ systematic approach to its state-by-state band rankings thusly: “They used a number of factors, including album […]
Conde Nast Traveler readers rank this Maine location No. 1 in New England and No. 16 in the entire world.
It’s interesting to see what one of the region’s top travel writers thinks are Aroostook’s most enticing attractions.