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Tuesday, 18 October 2011 14:05

Harvest in The County - from field to fries

Written by Mike Dow
Dry summer, then comes fall
Which I depend on most of all
- 'King Harvest (Has Surely Come)'; The Band
I got em in the ground, I can't quit now
You won't find me grieving.'
I'll bet you five dollars it's my best year yet
Cause it looks like I'm gonna break even
- 'Tater Raisin' Man'; Dick Curless
Friday, 14 October 2011 09:06

Slice of life

Written by Katy England
October is pizza month

Fall is here. Kids are back to school, leaves are changing color, families are gearing up for Halloween. One aspect of the season is oft overlooked and that is the fact that October is Pizza Month.

This savory pie has been an American staple for time immemorial. Whether you are watching a football game on television; celebrating a milestone in your life, such as a birthday, graduation or job promotion; or even if you simply want a quick and simple dinner, pizza has it all: gooey cheese, hot savory sauce, and the combinations of toppings are limited only by availability and a good flexing of your culinary imagination. The bold can enjoy fare that is adventurous and delicious - but there's also nothing wrong with some tried and true combinations.

Around the country the pizza can define the area. There's Chicago deep dish pizza, which needs utensils, and the famous New York style, where you fold the thin crust in half before heartily enjoying (I assume New Yorkers heartily enjoy pizza).

Thursday, 13 October 2011 09:53

October odyssey

Written by Allen Adams

Thoughts on the 2011 MLB playoffs

Wednesday, 26 October 2011 13:11

A look at KahBang 2011

Written by Suzanne Laidman

BANGOR - The KahBang arts and music festival came to an end this past weekend, but not without going out with a bang. The waterfront was alive with music highlighting talent from local Maine artists to the Grammy-nominated band My Morning Jacket. KahBang rocked the waterfront, attracting people from all walks of life.

The headliners Friday night were Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Lupe Fiasco. Grace, opened with their hit 'Paris (OooLaLa),' exciting the crowd for more. She truly rocked the stage with jamming guitars and organ solos, as people danced and hula-hooped their way into nightfall that created a great experience for all ages.

As the night moved on, the bright lights shown down on Chicago-raised rapper Lupe Fiasco. Sporting a full band behind him, he had great energy that vibrated through the crowd and really getting people up and shaking their groove thang well into the night

Thursday, 15 September 2011 09:21

Ready to rumble?

Written by Katy England
Small gym is training good fighters
Friday, 09 September 2011 12:40

Kicking it with the Dropkick Murphys

Written by Allen Adams

A conversation with Ken Casey

Thursday, 01 September 2011 12:58

Bath salts saturate Bangor area

Written by Tim Bissell

 'I was such a mess. I lost 40 pounds in three weeks. I usually weigh about 145 pounds but I was down to 105. I knew very well that I was close to death. According to the police report, I thanked the officer for arresting me. I told him I was an addict and couldn't get clean and he was probably saving my life.' - Jesse, 27 of Bangor. Recovering bath salts user.

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