This is one of the recipes in the book that we would call old-fashioned because it’s been around for a long time. These blondies are just like brownies without the chocolate in the
Month: August 2021
September Offers Plenty of Fun Things to Do!
As life slowly eases back toward normal, more festivals, fairs, tours, and events are ours to enjoy. Some would argue that September, with warm days, crisp evenings, and the
Catching Up with Linda Greenlaw
Best-selling author, lobster boat captain, novice oyster farmer, and proud owner of the smaller Earnest, the larger Select, and a charter boat company . . . Linda Greenlaw has a lot going on these days. And she fulfills other
What My Piscataqua Bridge Tears Told Me
I discovered Damariscotta ten years ago when in search of a Maine vacation. A random click on a vacation website led me there. After Summer 1,
Kennebunk’s Wedding Cake House to have New Life
The Wedding Cake House in Kennebunk is one of the most photographed and cherished landmarks in New England. But many feared its best days were
Tinseltown Talks: ‘Matilda’ Turns 25!
When British author Roald Dahl’s beloved 1988 novel Matilda was transformed into a fantasy comedy movie a decade later, the film became hugely popular. It
The Present Meets the Past at the Maine Antique Power Association
It was a beautiful spring morning when Doug Kimball and Gary Willison opened up the Maine Antique Power Association clubhouse at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.
Catching up with Bob Cousy: The NBA’s First Superstar!
Bob Cousy’s name has been synonymous with Boston Celtics Basketball since 1950. That was the year that both he and Red Auerbach joined the club. At that time, the National Basketball
Weather or Not: ATVs Ascend Mount Washington
Back in 2015 was the first time my spouse and I planned to ride our ATV up the Mount Washington auto road. This annual event is the New Hampshire ATV