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Speaking on Lobster Coast and the backstory of coastal Maine; Hancock, Maine, Aug. 22 (private)

I’ll be speaking about the past, present and future of Coastal Maine — a topic I took up in both The Lobster Coast and the “Colony” series for the Portland… Read more »

Speaking on Lobster Coast, Boothbay Harbor, Maine; Aug. 16 (Private)

On August 16th I’ll be giving a talk on the past, present and future of coastal Maine, topic of my book, The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators and the Struggle for… Read more »

Speaking on the Lobster Coast, Deer Isle, Maine, June 27

I’ll be speaking about the past, present and future of Coastal Maine — a topic I took up in both The Lobster Coast and the “Colony” series for the Portland… Read more »

Experts right, Sen. Collins wrong about Kavanaugh, Gorsuch and Roe

Back in 2018, when Justice Kennedy’s retirement opened up the second of what would be three Supreme Court seats for Donald Trump to fill, Sen. Susan Collins announced she would… Read more »

Talking with NBC News about Paul LePage’s return

Maine has a gubernatorial election this November that in some ways presages a possible Biden-Trump rematch in 2024. Incumbent Democratic Gov. Janet Mills is a moderate who’s upset her party’s… Read more »

Where Sen. Susan Collins stands on gun control negotiations

In the aftermath of the a chain of horrific shootings — including the Uvalde school massacre — a bipartisan group of senators has been meeting to see if they can… Read more »

POSTPONED: Maine history talk – South Portland, Maine – May 26

UPDATE: Due to a surge in Covid-19 cases in Cumberland County, Maine, this event has been postponed. Further details to come. I’ll be speaking about the past, present and future… Read more »

Speaking on Lobster Coast, Chebeague Island, Maine, May 9

On May 9th I’ll be giving a virtual talk on the past, present and future of coastal Maine, topic of my book, The Lobster Coast: Rebels, Rusticators and the Struggle… Read more »

Russians are in a disinfo bubble and most don’t want friends and family in Maine popping it

Since Russia’s barbaric invasion of Ukraine commenced in late February, opposition media and protests have been shut down and the country’s citizens have been living in a propaganda bubble that… Read more »

Sixteen members of Congress visited Ukraine’s borders; here’s what they saw

Two bipartisan Congressional delegations visited frontline countries bordering on Ukraine this week: a ten-person group of Senators who spent the weekend in Poland and Germany and a six-member House mission… Read more »