Monthly Archives: April 2016

Survivors of heart disease, stroke gather to share stories

Photo courtesy of Heart.org

Imagine: here in this room full of survivors, all of us have tell-tale hearts. We long and love to share our stories. All you have to do is listen.

Celebrating National Library Week: How three libraries transformed one reader

Photo credit: notariety via Visualhunt / CC BY-NC-SA

Happy National Library Week, readers! In my opinion, every week should be spent celebrating the role of libraries in our culture and society. Libraries bring people together in ways no other establishment ever could – not only through books and literacy, but through technology, community outreach programs, educational opportunities, historical/genealogical research… Essentially, a trip to […]

The Way Life Should Be: 10 Maine reasons to be happy

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The old adage is true: the best things in life are free. And the best things in life are usually the simplest things. There are a lot of those simple things to be found right here in our great state. Springtime in Maine – otherwise known as mud season – offers up several conflicting examples […]