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.
President Donald Trump’s budget calls for the elimination of this program that feeds 2.4 million older Americans. Here’s a recent look at how it works in Maine by BDN reporter, Meg Haskell. In the article, Haskell notes how Meals on Wheels began and how it is currently funded. “Federal funding for Meals on Wheels was established […]
Back in 2012, BDN staff writer Emily Burnham created a dizzying list of famous faces in Maine that included actors, producers, politicians, musicians, moguls, writers, artists and, yes, reality TV stars, which at the time had four famous names listed. Today, we get to add another name to that list with the breaking news that Zachary […]
A recent feature in coastal science publication Hakai Magazine uses an example from Maine to illustrate how scientists relied on fisherman in the 19th century. We love sea monsters here at #Maine, so we thought we’d share this post with you. Hakai’s Rachel Fritts writes about a Maine fisherman’s encounter with a “marine monster”: Poor […]