From Main Street in Castine, looking down at the outer reaches of the Penobscot River and waterfront, where people are enjoying fresh seafood at the […]
Temple Blackwood, owner of Highland Woodturning in Castine, has been turning oak, cherry and other wood into bowls, spindles and other pieces since the early 1970s.
Fittingly on Bastille Day, France’s national holiday on July 14, the replica frigate Hermione is putting into Castine as part of the Castine Historical Society’s “Hermione Voyage to Castine” celebration July 11-15.
Things didn’t end well for Dudley Saltonstall, an American naval commander during the Revolutionary War who later went on to become a trader. In 1779, […]
A short, bird-like call echoed over the sparkling Bagaduce River. The shore was too distant to see its source, but Karen Francoeur knew it was […]
When a stranger rolls into town after sunset and asks where to get a bite to eat, chances are she or he might wind up at Danny Murphy’s.