Merther/2015 Quit yanking my chain, winter! Either snow all the way, or be not winter. Pick one! On Friday on this cold but decidedly not snowy weekend in Bangor, songwriter Lucas Roy is at Black Bear Brewing, it’s vinyl night with Queen City Sound… Read More
In this edition: 1) Celebrate a birthday and some brand new winter trails in Patten. 2) Sign the kids up for youth biathlon in Fort Kent. 3) Stay indoors to talk and learn more about the outdoors in Fort Fairfield. Plus lots more! googletag.cmd.push(function… Read More
    In response to the blog “What to call ourselves“, based on an essay by Denise Larson, I received several “shared ethnic heritage” messages, from those who proudly claim Franco-American or French-Canadian ancestry. Franco-Americans are descendants of French Canadian immigrants. Readers who responded… Read More
BANGOR — ImprovAcadia will present “Community Well” with City Council Chair Sarah Nichols at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 at 51 Main Street. Nichols will share real life stories and the cast will use them as inspiration for an improvised longform. Call 207 288-2503 or email for… Read More
    A.L. Hess, a retired neuropsychologist and long-time local resident, recently published her hard-science fiction novel, “Genesis 3.2” as a Kindle e-book. Hess started writing the book about a year after she retired, and is pleased to finally get it out to the public after the 10-year process. Read More