Noel Paul Stookey: one-third of legendary folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary, accomplished songwriter, longtime Maine resident, and now, YouTube parodist. Stookey, never shy about his political beliefs, yesterday released a video of himself performing a parody of the classic ballad “Unforgettable,” retitled “Impeachable” and dedicated to — who else? — President Donald Trump. Citing, […]
Dec. 7 is the 75th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor that pulled America into World War II. The Navy released a video detailing the attacks and the key role that divers and salvage teams played in rescuing their fellow soldiers. “The 75th commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor and Oahu is an […]
A video featuring a Maine teenager, known only as Jesse, made rounds on Reddit after being posted in late August. Jesse explained that he was living in this tiny house before the trend kicked in. “I didn’t call it a tiny house. I just called it a ‘little cabin,’” he said. “It was years after that that […]
Ben Bishop, former University of Maine and current Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender, was well on his way to an easy victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs with six minutes left in the second period with a four-goal cushion. Toronto’s Peter Holland wound up a wrist shot that tested the merit of Bishop’s mask. Unfortunately for […]
“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” the TBS show hosted by former “The Daily Show” correspondent Bee, took on a person we here in Maine are exceptionally familiar with: one Gov. Paul R. LePage. While most of us have heard the rants, gaffes and off the cuff remarks LePage has peppered the airwaves with over the […]
Blue Hill native and standup comedian Emma Willmann made her network TV debut last night on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Willmann, a graduate of Georges Stevens Academy who now makes her home in New York, did a tight four minute, thirty second set about small town gay pride parades, middle-aged straight women, and […]
There’s much more to Maine than the changing of the leaves, here are five things you can do in between your trips to Maine’s forests.