It’s the unofficial “fourth source” of information for biographers–site visits to view the places where events played out. For poet E.E. Cummings biographer Susan Cheever, that meant a visit to Center Ossipee, to find the site where Cummings’ father was killed in a car-train accident in 1926.
Trekking up Mount Washington typifies the thrill of any winter hike: a chance to experience familiar settings anew, when forests and rocky slopes are decked out in winter’s dazzling finery, icicles and all.
Or was it the first SUV? The conversion kits created and sold at White’s Garage in West Ossipee are recalled on the 100th anniversary of Henry Ford’s Model T.
“The Beans of Egypt, Maine” author Carolyn Chute’s unusual life in near-by Parsonsfield inspired her new novel, about to be released.
Wealthy retirees are continuing to reshape the state’s lakes, most dramatically on the state’s largest body of water.