The mysteries of life are deep. By global standards, New England is relatively new to the scene, born to Europeans in the 17th century. But for a country where 1950 … Continue Reading Why does Rhode Island call frappes “cabinets”?
The original left one unanswered question – who is Sophie’s father? – and it’s weird that Here We Go Again decides to answer it.
Donors can put money into political action committees that candidates, like House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA), can use to support *other* candidates. But Nunes – like many politicians … Continue Reading California Congressman Devin Nunes apparently likes the Boston Celtics
Most of New Hampshire’s state parks are scenic or natural sites, like Mount Washington State Park. A few are historic, almost all of them birthplaces or one-time homes of famous statesmen. Ruggles Mine State Park would be different
I first visited Ricker Hill Orchards in Turner, Maine, back when I lived nearby in Lewiston. Ricker is a pretty unassuming place, a standard New England farm on a hill … Continue Reading We had a “taste” of hard cider and then we tried to play disc golf
Subway’s Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt requires a fork or an entire old growth forest worth of napkins
In this week’s Lunch Rush, Salt & Granite takes a look at Subway’s catch-up innovation, the Fritos Chicken Enchilada Melt
Botnik has been all over the web lately because of its Arrested Development scripts and its Friends episodes. Anyway, before starting Salt & Granite I did a short politically-oriented blog back in 2016 … Continue Reading I filled a bot with articles from my last website and asked it to write my first post
Portland officials say they are weighing a fee that would be charged to new hotel developers to help pay for more affordable housing. The hefty $5,000 per room fee would fund affordable housing programs in the city which recently ranked among the most expensive real estate markets in the nation.
A Portland, Maine musician says they were ejected from a Trump rally in that city today. Mo Nichols had a sign that read NO PLACE FOR HATE IN MAINE, which was destroyed before Nichols was “shoved out.”