July 31, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters

Captive animals do suffer, are exploited

Regarding Dave Ricker’s letter of July 22 (Truth behind HSUS). More...

Et Cetera

CALENDAR

THU/31  MISCELLANEOUS  ANNUAL POPHAM BEACH ART SHOW  OPENING RECEPTION, 5-7p.m., Popham  Chapel House, 971 Popham Road,  Phippsburg, ME. More...

Living

Losing one’s inhibitions

... by dancing in public

MINNEAPOLIS  H ere’s a scary but fun activity you can try this summer that doesn’t involve ziplines or bungee cords or jumping out of an airplane.  All you have to do is dance. Along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. More...

Maine

Advocate: Friendly persona for abuser not unusual

SACO   Friends and neighbors were stunned to learn that a maintenance worker who seemed friendly and outgoing had killed his family, but a boyfriend or husband who charms outsiders while concealing problems at home represents a familiar scenario More...

Sports

Sea Dogs win late

Meneses two-run double, solid pitching paces Portland

PORTLAND   It was a sellout crowd at Hadlock Field on Wednesday as the Portland Sea Dogs (71-41) took on the Reading Fightin’ Phils (45-64) in an Eastern League baseball matinee with a noon-time start.   More...