Tag Archives: Patriot’s Day

It’s Patriots’ Day

Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett here. Today, Patriots’ Day (as opposed to Patriot’s Day) is a state holiday here in Maine. You may remember being forced to memorize “Paul Revere’s Ride” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in school, the one that begins, … Continue reading

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Wherever You Hang Your Hat

Katherine Hall Page: We’re closing in on Patriot’s Day, celebrated only in Maine and Massachusetts. Wisconsin has one that is a school holiday, but we know that’s not the real deal. The holiday is relatively recent. Maine replaced something called “Fast … Continue reading

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Thinking about Boston

Hi All. Barb here. I was supposed to write today about the magical library that most influenced my childhood and still informs my writing today. But I find I just can’t. I promise I will soon. I need to write … Continue reading

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The Changing of the Seasons

Lea reporting. And, as Sarah might have mentioned yesterday — it’s Spring in Maine! But not exactly a normal Spring. This is the first April I remember that the trees on my road haven’t been posted with bright orange signs warning that no … Continue reading

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