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Sarah Frankie Sigman of New York partially hides her face while watching President Donald Trump give a speech during a screening of his inauguration on Friday at Bates College in Lewiston.

What Mainers think of President Donald Trump

Maine is as politically divided as it has been any time in recent political history, particularly between the liberal southern areas and the more conservative north.

Workshop: The Music within You

The poster for the National Theatre “NT Live” production of “Amadeus.”

NT Live: Amadeus

The Book of the Mandolin Player by Anne Oleson

The Book of the Mandolin Player

The work of College of the Atlantic film professor Nancy Andrews is featured in a new series of art books, “What It Means To Be Human,” published by The Arts Company Inc./Artists in Context, 2016.

Art Book Series Features COA Film Professor Nancy Andrews

Burnt Coat Harbor can be seen on Swan’s Island in this September 2016 file photo.

Regulators deny Maine islands’ attempt to lower electric bills

The residents of two remote Down East islands, Frenchboro and Swan’s Island, pay some of the highest electric bills in the nation, and they’ve proposed to abandon their local electric cooperative to join with the mainland customers of a large utility who enjoy cheaper distribution rates.
Visitors to Acadia National Park in Maine gather along the shore next to Thunder Hole on Sept. 6, 2016, to watch heavy surf kicked up by the remnants of Hurricane Hermine as the storm blew to the northeast off the coast. Acadia National Park had its busiest year last year in 27 years -- and perhaps ever -- with a record estimate of 3.3 million visits. Bill Trotter|BDN

Acadia smashes park visitation record in 2016

Maine’s only national park got more than 3 million visits in 2016.

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