The Talk of Maine
A Letter from the County
For twenty years Echoes has been a labor of love.
Is Maine ready for a North Woods highway?
Can regional government save you money?
Amid economic uncertainty, one Maine manufacturing sector is going great guns.
A controversial program has proven it's worth.
LURC is desperately in need of a new plan.
Does Maine really care about its history?
Keel Kemper has driven a hundred miles out of his way to study tracks that the finder swore were left by a mountain lion. "Coyote," recalls the veteran wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He has called in the state crime lab to inspect pictures that the photographer
Rosemary Herbert, the publicist for Down East, got a call a few weeks back from some Hollywood types who were filming The Mist, an adaptation of a Stephen King horror novella, down in Shreveport, Louisiana. The script is classic King: a suspenseful and gory clash between a supernatural mist and a bunch
Last year, during the Portland Symphony Orchestra's annual "Magic of Christ-mas" concert, dancers from the Maine State Ballet pirouetted onstage for half the performances. For the rest of the shows, the dancers were members of the Portland Ballet Company. The arrangement doesn't sound momentous, but