Thursday, April 24, 2014
In “The Other Way Around,” author Sashi Kaufman finds a new take on the coming-of-age story.
Tom Seymour’s book has the dual benefit of helping people enjoy the outdoors and improve their diets.
James Hurley’s novel on fly fishermen is set in a fictional Maine town.
A new novel by a Cape Elizabeth writer, partly set in Maine, follows entangled characters from before World War II to the ’80s.
The book covers Chamberlain’s childhood in Brewer and early career at Bowdoin.
The new system, with a price tag of about $4 million, is needed because Allagash sales are growing by 40 percent a year.
Among the tips from Portland's arborist: Small trees grow better.
Portland Beer Week opens Sunday, runs through Nov. 10, and has something for everyone who loves beer or might like to try it.