Michelle Souliere said her research has “uncovered dozens of interesting stories scattered throughout Maine history.”
A year ago around this time, I posted a somewhat absurd aggregation-of-an-aggregation-of-an-aggregation (etc., etc.) by ranking the top 10 top 10 lists Portland was named to in 2014. A wide range of national outlets lauded Maine’s largest city in 2014, from sports television network ESPN to magazines like Time and websites like Yelp. The Portland area […]
Portland’s flag is one of those guilty of being what flag experts deride as an “SOB,” a “Seal On a Bedsheet.”
“It is a rare opportunity for independent artists to have access to the caliber of video production that Knack Factory offers.”
“The Maine coast receives the same amount of sunlight per year as southern Texas or southern Spain.”
In case you don’t have children — or any access to social media — the “Elf on the Shelf” has become a bit of a Christmastime craze in recent years. The gist is this: During the weeks leading up to Christmas, parents place the signature elf doll in various places around the house after the […]
WalletHub, the somewhat ubiquitous data crunching finance website, has come up with approximate holiday budgets for people in each of hundreds of U.S. cities. Researchers for the site — which has in the past released city-by-city comparisons on a wide range of other topics — developed a formula using each community’s personal debt figures, income-to-expense ratios, savings and […]
With a day, the story of seasonal kindness had taken off, picked up by media outlets across the country and across the ocean.
Kaper reportedly said she saw a man in need take one of the jackets as soon as she returned to her car.
Saturday night’s first show at the Cross Insurance Arena received mixed reviews on social media, with much of the buzz being that it was too short and felt rushed.