Hundreds of Trump supporters, with megaphones, flags, and dead deer in tow, converged on the Maine Capitol of Augusta to claim Democrats stole the election from them.
A Celebration of the Mundane: The Umbrella Cover Museum
A quaint Maine museum's appreciation for the mundane.
Psychoanalysts to Cribstone: A look at a small Maine Island
An island off Maine's coast offers unique historical attractions, with a surprising link to Jungian psychology.
Summer Journal: July
My father is setting down the final layer of polyurethane on a new home he bought in Augusta, Maine. He already had one; a fully furnished Victorian-styled Bed and Breakfast an hour south. “You just can’t buy any houses for sixty-grand,” he told me. It was out of pocket but reassured me it was like … Continue reading Summer Journal: July