Historian from Maine repeats himself, wins second Pulitzer

Author Alan Taylor, who was inspired by the woods in Buxton while growing up, earns his second prize, for a book on slavery and war in Virginia.

Patio season: Eat and drink on these Maine outdoor decks

Since cocktails always taste better outside, when the sun shines you can take advantage of these outdoor spots thanks to local bars and restaurants.

Strahan’s ‘GMA’ side job confirmed with his visit

The former football star and current co-host with Kelly Ripa of “Live With Kelly and Michael” got a red-carpet welcome from the “GMA” team.

Nearly 30 artists to participate in the 2014 Biennial exhibition

The annual exhibition at Center for Maine Contemporary Art will take place from Sept. 27 to Dec. 7.

Keeping spirits alive​: Luke Davidson of Maine Craft Distilling

Luke is continuing the state’s long but inconsistent history with distilling, picking it up with an intentional and community-oriented approach.

Colby library renovation ignites debate over role of physical books in digital world

Supporters and foes of storing books to open up space say they revere the sanctity of books.

Michael Jackson’s mom faces $800,000 bill

A judge wants her to pay the costs of a lawsuit she filed – and lost – against a concert promoter.

Flavor Flav admits he wielded a knife

The rapper gets probation and counseling in the 2012 domestic violence incident.

Books ‘Goldfinch,’ ‘Toms River’ win Pulitzers

Donna Tartt’s novel tells of a young orphan in modern Manhattan and already is a best-seller.

David Mallett, Tess Gerritsen to be honored with UMaine degrees

The songwriter and best-selling author will address students at the May 10 commencements.


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