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A grandmother, a lumberjack, a demonslayer, a pirate, a viking and a pimp all walked into a room. And armwrestled. Introducing SLAP Superhero Lady Armwrestlers of Portland! Read on
Six Maine establishments made the Best Lobster Shacks in New England list, published in the May/June issue of Yankee Magazine. A story on usatoday.com includes all twelve can't-miss shacks, but the locals are: Read on
It turns out that what's good for my personal growth isn't quite so good for my kitchen's self-esteem. For years it kicked back in a quiet corner of the house, sunning its chipped Formica counters in front of the window and contentedly letting its decades-old appliances snooze the years away. Read on
Competitors in the U.S. National Toboggan Championships find out first hand what it's like to rumble down the 400-foot-long chute and coast out onto a frozen pond. First timers might focus on their costuming (a cape and a pair of underpants are a surefire hit) and hitting the finish line without losing knuckle flesh to the unforgiving wooden chute walls. Read on
Folks who don't typically shapeshift with the appearance of the full moon will appreciate the uphill trek to Mt. Abram's peak, where music and mountain revelry await. There's a heated lodge up there as well, not that you'll need it. The 50-minute climb will raise your body temperature to such a degree that periodic disrobing will be part of the vertical journey. Read on