When a politician is looking to score some quick political points, there’s a well they consistently dip their bucket into: … Continue reading There’s no evidence that term limits work and a lot of evidence that they don’t
It’s been a couple months since the Salt & Granite adventure began. Any regrets? Well, yeah, first off: I haven’t gotten … Continue reading Here’s a meal from a restaurant in each of the four New England states we’ve visited so far
First of all, there’s an Oakland, Maine. This is where the food is cheap and good, the people are sharp-witted but friendly, and the furniture is clunky and uncomfortable. Early Bird Restaurant ticks every box. Continue reading Early Bird feels like how its priced but it tastes 100 times better
I first visited Ricker Hill Orchards in Turner, Maine, back when I lived nearby in Lewiston. Ricker is a pretty … Continue reading We had a “taste” of hard cider and then we tried to play disc golf
Portland officials say they are weighing a fee that would be charged to new hotel developers to help pay for more affordable housing. The hefty $5,000 per room fee would fund affordable housing programs in the city which recently ranked among the most expensive real estate markets in the nation. Continue reading Portland proposes $5,000 per room fee for new hotels
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