December 19, 2014

Comments Off

Downtown Bangor Shuffle: 2015 Looking Different – WABI

Downtown Bangor Shuffle: 2015 Looking DifferentWABIAnd coming soon — The Juice Cellar next to the Discovery Museum, Ruffles & Ribbon in the Edge Video building, and Bar Harbor retail shop, Sea of Cotton. “Downtown Bangor is thriving and I think on the upswing and this will work out for the best in the …

Continue reading...

December 14, 2014

Comments Off

Olympian Inspires in Bar Harbor – WABI

Olympian Inspires in Bar HarborWABIAfter Sunday, athletes in Bar Harbor have one name in mind when they think “inspiration,” and that’s Olympian Lynn Jennings. The runner competed in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, winning bronze in the 10,000 meters. She shared her journey with …

Continue reading...

December 12, 2014

Comments Off

Maine Secretary of State Prepares Vintage Dish, Promotes Historic Cookbooks – WABI

Maine Secretary of State Prepares Vintage Dish, Promotes Historic CookbooksWABIBefore entering politics, Dunlap was a cook at restaurants in Bangor and Bar Harbor. He says, this particular recipe is especially meaningful. “The Speaker of the United States House of Representatives in the 1890′s was a Congressman from Portland – a …and more »

Continue reading...

December 12, 2014

Comments Off

Maine’s secretary of state cooking vintage recipe

Dunlap will prepare fish balls on Friday at the R.M. Flagg Maine Kitchen Cooking School demonstration kitchen in Bangor. The Democrat, who was recently re-elected by the Maine Legislature, used to be the lead cook for the University of Maine and has al…

Continue reading...

December 8, 2014

Comments Off

Department seeks public help in locating destructive insect

AUGUSTA – If you are seeing moth flights this time of year in Maine, the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Maine Forest Service would like to know how many, what size, when and where through a simple online survey….

Continue reading...

December 8, 2014

Comments Off

Vintage fish balls with the Secretary of State, and 7 stories you need to read

Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap, a Democrat, kept his job last week when the Legislature re-elected him for his fourth two-year term, but that’s not keeping him from returning to his pre-political culinary roots. Dunlap, who was head cook at the U…

Continue reading...

December 5, 2014

Comments Off

Island Crafters Had A Lot to Celebrate in Bar Harbor – WABI

Island Crafters Had A Lot to Celebrate in Bar HarborWABIPeople are finding new ways to have an independent business and support themselves, that’s what’s helped make the Island Arts Craft Fair in Bar Harbor a success for 40 years. “It’s a great community of artists that get together and to help out the YWCA …

Continue reading...

December 5, 2014

Comments Off

Re: Five Questions for the ‘Head Honeybadger’

As founder of Dream Local Digital, Shannon Kinney is doing exactly what she set out to do. The Maine native grew up in Spruce Head, graduated from Georges Valley High School, and earned a degree in journalism and advertising from the University of Main…

Continue reading...

December 5, 2014

Comments Off

In Tribute to the Life of Cirra – Glimmers’ Spirit of…

Cirra the Great Pyrenees enjoyed a wonderful life on Mount Desert Island. Her name came from cirrus clouds, the highest hair like clouds signaling fair or pleasant weather.

Continue reading...

December 4, 2014

Comments Off

Movie Nights at the Jesup Announced

While Bar Harbor is temporarily without a venue for movies while the good folks at Reel Pizza Cinerama rest and recharge, the Jesup is stepping in with a slate of four movies to be shown on Saturday nights between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Continue reading...

Bad Behavior has blocked 386 access attempts in the last 7 days.