Did you have tickets to Prince perform in Portland in 2001?
The world’s most heavy-handed metaphor is coming to Portland. (I stole that tag line from my colleague, Dan.) The Titanic. It’s one of history’s most famous maritime disasters and a ship whose name has come to be an instantly recognizable euphemism for arrogance and failure to plan ahead. In case there’s anyone reading this who […]
From drawing pictures with locals to going out on a fishing boat, visiting musicians have been happy to immerse themselves in Portland.
I saw a lot of joy on the faces in John Duncan’s photography from the 70s. I wanted to share that.
“I grew up going there with my family and when I asked my brother about it recently he said it was still open.”
“I think most people, when they hear what [race car drivers] do, they think, ‘Really, all they do is turn left?'”
It’s been well-publicized what Keep Portland Livable has been fighting against. Here are some ideas of what they’re fighting for.
“We searched the entire United States for cities and towns of varying sizes that inspire coziness year round.”
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 […]