Tag Archives: world war II

From regulations to biofuels (and munitions) manufacturing: grease is political

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I worked in restaurants from the ages of 12 to 22 and I have worked around food ever since. My wife and I run a farm-to-table food booth at a music festival every Summer. I produced a web series that documented eating in Maine. One of the primary content focuses of my company, Knack Factory, […]

North Pond Hermit reminds of Maine’s interesting, quirky past

I maintain another blog called Maine, Obviously, which I have written about here in the past. It features odd, quirky, interesting and endearing news stories that have happened in Maine. After the North Pond Hermit story broke, a few folks quipped: “This story is so great. How can anything else ever top this for Maine, […]