Portland, Maine's Bluestocking Film Series was founded in 2010 by filmmaker Kate Kaminski to exclusively showcase short films revolving around compl...
Reviews give us the best restaurant recommendations, lead us to the best buys -- even the best neighborhoods to live -- and when you're checking into a hotel, they're also the best way to make sure you're getting exactly what you want to book.
I self-published a small travel memoir, Away at a Camp in ...
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to take real action to improve the lives of others. Too often we accept inaction and current realities because we feel helpless or hopeless to make positive change.
Whether you're looking to have a romantic getaway with your significant other, or simply cut travel expenses (and annoyances? maybe we're going too far...), there are plenty of destinations best suited for couples.
There are no lies here: just honest reflection and heartfelt truth. Even if you don't know Martin well as an actress you'll enjoy this flowing account of one of our best actress's colorful life.
Money in politics may be out of control, but around the country reforms aimed at addressing the problem are beginning to take root.
Between the fractious debates and the perpetual polling, you might think all eyes are glued on November 2016 -- and an election that's still a year away. But there was an election this year, and an important outcome in one state points to how we can improve elections in 2016 and beyond.
Java lovers rejoice! A number of B&B's across the country have embraced the bean, and the results make for very stimulating stays.
Last night, voters at opposite ends of the country took a strong step toward reclaiming democracy for ordinary Americans.
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Every fall, New England rolls out a foliage carpet dressed in blazing oranges and reds, yellows and purples. It's the perfect time to visit the region. Early October is prime leaf-peeping time for the northern states, while the southern half's season stretches into late October.
For too long, we've read the headlines: income inequality has reached its highest levels since the Great Depression, wages have stagnated for all but the very top and equal access to opportunity, the pillar of American greatness, is disappearing before our eyes.
I think a disruptive change, a change we may not have a choice in, like illness or divorce, is an opportunity; even if it is painful. It is an invitation to learn what needs to fall away to make room for something new.
Route 2 follows the Androscoggin River northeast from Bethel, a mix of woods and farm fields. You see farm stands selling pumpkins and other falls crops, plus lawn displays, which, with their jumble of peeling shutters, wooden chairs, wheelbarrows, and birdbaths, fall somewhere between an antiques shop and a junkyard.