By Carol McCracken A few hardy members of the staff of the Natural Resources Council of Maine will kick off the first ever Polar Bear Dip in the frigid waters at East End Beach on Friday, January 2, 2009 at … Continue reading
GO PATRIOTS – BEAT BUFFALO ! GO JETS – BEAT MIAMI!
By Carol McCracken Two gorgeous Red Heads drinking Red Martinis sat at the bar at the Front Room earlier today. MHN wasted no time in sliding in next to Mink at the empty seat next to her at the bar. … Continue reading
The giveaway of the CHRISTMAS HOUSE, planned for December 21 at the Portland Pirates game was postponed until this Sunday, December 28th at 3:45 pm because of the weather conditions. The HOUSE has been on display at Post Office Park … Continue reading
I heard a bird sing In the dark of December A magical thing And sweet to remember. “We are nearer to Spring Than we were in September,” I heard a bird sing In the dark of December.
By Carol McCracken Local artist Lisa Ferreira invites you to shop at her gallery to either start or finish your holiday shopping – as your individual case may be – for that special lady on your list who needs an … Continue reading
By Carol McCracken One of the warmest places on the Hill Saturday afternoon was at the annual Trott Family Christmas party for underprivileged children. About seventy-five children from the area were treated to games, food and a visit with Santa … Continue reading
The City of Portland has announced there will be a city wide parking ban once again for tonight, Monday, December 22. It runs from 10:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. The City also reports that in flat and open spaces over … Continue reading
By Carol McCracken Just five days before Christmas Day, the holiday peace was shattered when a fire broke out in the third floor apartment at 1:30 am or so at 11 Sheridan Street on the Hill. The fire left twelve … Continue reading