Tag Archives: Ellsworth
Woodlawn offers the traditional afternoon tea on Wednesdays as part of its Tea Time Tours.
Exploring Ellsworth’s Branch Lake area, visitors can go for a leisurely stroll in Frenchman Bay Conservancy’s Branch Lake Public Forest and then enjoy a refreshing […]
If you step off of Ellsworth’s Main Street and into the Airline Brewing Co.’s pub and feel as if you’ve been transported to the United Kingdom, its owners will consider that a success.
“Northern Outlaw,” looks just like any other Ford F-150 pickup truck, only it weighs three tons, sits on nearly 4-foot-tall tractor tires and is built […]
When the “phone phreaks” of the mid-20th century hacked into phones, it was the start of an arms race in network security between hackers and programmers that continues with the firewalls and malware of today.
American history fans need look no further than Ellsworth’s Woodlawn Museum to get their fix.
The Old Creamery Antique Mall in Ellsworth houses many treasures in the more-than-6,000-square-foot building.
“I believe in curating a collection of work that has a young, fresh feel.” — jeweler Cara Romano
“Flexit Café & Bakery,” the new café inside the orange-and purple-trimmed Maine Grind building, has a growing number of folks meeting and flocking there for […]
“I remember when passenger trains came down from Bangor and dropped off the mail at Ellsworth Falls,” said 96-year-old George Conley. “I liked the sound […]
ELLSWORTH — World travelers in search of a good meal are always hoping to find some unknown gem, hidden, perhaps, deep in a Paris allée […]
The engine revs and tires spin, flinging mud in every direction, but the truck isn’t going anywhere. A long two seconds pass. Mud splatters the […]
Gazing up at the locomotive, 3-year-old John Turk of Portland sizes up his birthday gift. Clad in a green jacket and beige sun hat, Turk […]
Devoted fans of Karen’s Café, formerly located at the closed Mr. Paperback, have already heard the news. Now it’s time for the rest of Ellsworth […]
Did you know that in the Victorian era families would have portraits taken with their recently deceased children? Photographers would prop up the dead children […]