What the Wind Can Tell You by Sarah Marie A. Jette is both distressing and inspiring. You may, as I did, shed a few tears along the way. Published by Islandport Press, Sarah’s novel was written for teenagers as well as adults, and there are some important life’s… Read More
In this edition: 1) Cut and run on multiple trail systems in Fort Kent. 2) Pay homage to furry and feathered friends in Houlton. 3) Learn more about all things lunar in Fort Fairfield. Plus lots more! googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var… Read More
    Charlemagne was King of the Francs. He continues to be studied as a charismatic leader, even more than 1,200 years since his death and burial in the Aachen Cathedral, located in Western Germany. He may have been more Belgian than French, but under his rule, the Francs… Read More
    In the reverberant high-ceilinged sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor this Sunday evening, an unusually powerful musical uplift will flood the room for the first time in a decade. The UUSB’s 100-year-old organ was given a terminal diagnosis several years back, but a series of… Read More
    BLUE HILL — Bagaduce Music will present Ellacappella at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, at Bagaduce Music Lending Library, 49 South St. Ellacappella is a 10-woman a cappella group based out of the Blue Hill area. They’ve been making a cappella music locally since 2003 and in 2014… Read More