Clearly a fan of the phrase “sorry, not sorry”.
A cautionary tale from Lev Grossman, author of The Magician’s Land, the stunning conclusion to The Magicians Trilogy.
“The way life should be.”
Trent Bell, an architectural photographer, was inspired after a friend got into trouble and ended up sentenced to 36 years in prison. Scroll down to see a video of how he made the series.
The Bates College junior was hit by a train in Rome on Feb. 20.
In Maine, deaths attributed to heroin have quadrupled, and in Vermont, opiate addiction has skyrocketed by 770%, according to the governor.
It’s been a long, hard winter.
Hello, welcome to Intercourse.
From the mountains of Vermont to the shores of Maine, New England is at its most beautiful covered in a blanket of snow.
The 41st president served as an official witness to the wedding, signing the marriage license.
Don’t worry! The cat is OK!
What if sunrise was at 10am? These geography factoids are simply astonishing.
They were the best years of your life, and you spent them among the pine trees and moose.
In an economically depressed Maine county, Bill Sheldon is the kingpin of a $40 million baby-eel industry that may be doomed to extinction. Find out what happens when a community full of armed fishermen and elver dealers stop being polite and start getting real.
There is only 100% pure maple syrup. Everything else is trash.
Maine’s state motto is simply “Dirigo,” which means “I direct” in Latin. Well, if you’re into beautiful places, I direct you to go check out Maine sometime.
One of them was pregnant.
At 12 a.m. on Saturday, December 29th same-sex marriage became legal in the state.
“We finally feel equal and happy to live in Maine,” Steven Bridges told the Bangor Daily News after marrying Michael Snell. Same-sex couples can now marry in Maine.
Marriage equality–related campaigns won in four states this month. The victories, in part, came after a yearlong, behind-the-scenes national research effort.
Another awesome reaction video from election night. *chills*
After decades of fits and starts, Tuesday’s election results were unambiguous: The LGBT rights movement is winning.
UPDATED: Maine and Maryland approved marriage equality measures, and a third is leading in Washington. The amendment to ban same-sex couples from marrying lost in Minnesota as well.
The campaign makes (and then deletes) a desperate last ditch effort as voters decided whether to support marriage equality in the state of Maine.
Supporters of marriage equality face a hurdle on Tuesday: They need a long-awaited win at the ballot box.
From Washington, DC, to Washington state, a night of votes with consequences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
Marriage is on the ballot in four states Tuesday, but that’s just the beginning. “This is never over,” says Brian Brown.
Supporters of marriage equality have the president’s backing on votes in Washington, Maryland, Maine and Minnesota. Obama supports marriage equality measures in the first three and opposes a ban on same-sex couples’ marriages in the fourth.