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Even those of us who are landlocked can enjoy the silica splendor of America’s impressive and oddball inland dunes.
Loren Coleman’s <a href=”/story/24277″”>International Cryptozoology Museum has opened in Portland, Maine, making that city a go-to destination for the global community of monster-lovers. “This is the only Cryptozoology museum in the world, I’m absolutely positive of that,” said Loren, the museum’s founder and curator. (Cryptozoology is the study of unknown or mysterious animals, which include […]
Jerry Cardone led an uneventful life. Then he died, went through a tunnel of light, and met God — and that’s went the trouble started. Jerry Cardone is the yard artist who’s building the 7 Wonders of God Creatures along a roadside in Maine, only a couple of miles from the Canadian border. “I started […]
The proud pink flamingo which adorned a steel fire escape above Baltimore’s Cafe Hon has triumphed in its bureaucratic battle with city officials. Back in early October — after the decorative bird had spent about seven years minding its own business — city inspectors made a big stink over the giant pink waterfowl. A governmental […]
There’s no doubt that visiting a classic lobster shack is one of the true delights of summer. Tie on a plastic bib and let the melted butter run down your wrists; sit on a quaint, weathered, splintery picnic bench as you struggle with your miniature King Neptune fork, determined to get the last bit of meat out of a once-flailing creature. Or get a lobster roll, it’s easier.
Arson has destroyed the Grand View Topless Coffee Shop in Vassalboro, Maine. It was the only half-naked coffee shop in America (not that others haven’t tried), and it had been open for less than four months. The Boston Globe reports that the fire was set mere hours after shop owner Donald Crabtree had appeared before […]« Previous Entries