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New Englanders Have a Sense of Humor

Some folks think that New Englanders don’t have a sense of humor. Those folks are from outside the Great Kingdom of the Northeast, and they have us confused with New Yorkers.

By Michael F. Bisceglia, Jr. | July 25, 2012
Historic Photos of Maine by Frances Pollitt

Book Review

Turner Publishing’s popular series "Historic Photos of..." continues with two hundred stunning photos of Maine.

By Mark B. Oliver | June 12, 2012
Windsor Chairmakers: Tradition With A Twist

Lincolnville Beach, Maine

After years of designing furniture in North Carolina, Jim Brown wanted to make pieces that couldn’t be bought in stores. Where better to do that than New England? His wife, Nance Brown, recalls...

By Robin Tierney | May 17, 2012
Common Ground Country Fair

Unity, Maine

As we bid September farewell, I have found myself revisiting the events of the summer, smiling at the fond memories of warm sunshine, as I look forward to the wonderful colors of fall.

By Judy Soper | October 06, 2011
Farnsworth Art Museum: Wyeth Works On Loan from Japan

Rockland, Maine

Some of Andrew Wyeth’s most intriguing works reside in Japan, but you can see them in mid-coast Maine now through October.

By Robin Tierney | August 11, 2011

The Pine Tree State with its rocky coastline, rolling mountains and heavily forested interior, is well known for its scenic beauty, and the hardiness and independence of its people. Maine is the number one exporter of blueberries, and is also known for shipbuilding and agriculture.

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