The San Luis Valley – stretching from Taos, New Mexico to Salida, Colorado – is home to the Great Sand Dunes, the Blanca Massif, the birthplace of Jack Dempsey, and more “high strangeness” than you’re likely to find anywhere else in the world. This week, we dip deep into the weird.
Too many school kids in Knox County – and especially Rockland -go hungry over the weekends. We can fix it. Introducing Adopt a Backpack for Knox County, with a goal to feed 200 “food insecure” lower and middle school kids in Rockland over the weekends in the upcoming school year.
Easy and delicious shepherd’s pie recipe, using ground lamb, olive oil, and almost no butter. Terrifically savory!
“Laurie Kenton” was Maine’s first diagnosed Powassan virus case, in Sept. 2000. She and her doctor, Tom Courtney, tell the story of its devastating synptoms and her eventual recovery.
What’s so fetching about the word “fetch”? Mainers use it in more ways that anywhere else… plus two killer hanger steak marinades we just tried – with great success.
My brief unforgettable 1968 encounter with a master of food, fast cars, and the acting art – Paul Newman, the shameful collapse of a new relationship because of it, and what I could have (should have) learned from it all.
Clinical Hygienist Dr. Gretchen Narnlinger believes showering naked is better for us than the old way, and she may have a point: she reminds us May 16 is Naked Showering Day.
Maine has had no new Powassan cases since Lyn Snow’s death in 2013. But several sources say the virus is on the increase: as many as 4% of deer ticks may be carrying this extremely dangerous pathogen.
Memories of gustatory excess at Mary Mac’s in Atlanta, and the only (and best) mac ‘n’ cheese recipe you’ll ever need.
Georgia on my mind… music and visuals. As always, a mix of emotions: what is it, what was it?