Chasing Maine with Roger McCord
Chasing Maine is a biweekly video series that explores Maine from a distinct visual perspective. Join veteran Maine journalist and storyteller Roger McCord as he chases the people, places and things that define the unique character of the Pine Tree State.
West Quoddy Head Light is the easternmost point in the United States where visitors can see the majestic first light of day.
Just another day at school for these Carrabassett Valley Academy students who combine academics with high-level training in skiing and snowboarding.
A behind-the-scenes look at how sap, technology and hard work are critical ingredients in operating a modern maple syrup business.
An inside look at a Gorham farm’s history through the eyes of the current owner and the pace of the family’s life today.
As a nurse, Nicole Gibbons often deals with life-saving situations. But in the last year she’s had to deal with two life-or-death situations outside of work.
After battling weather delays, bluShift Aerospace successfully launches its commercial biofuel rocket “Stardust 1.0” in Limestone.
Brunswick-based bluShift Aerospace battles winter weather as it looks to make a first-ever rocket launch at Loring Air Force Base in Limestone.
Snowstorms are a way of life in Maine. Clearing the streets before dawn requires a massive effort. Hop on board with Portland’s plow team road warriors to see how it’s done.
The Norton family’s dazzling Christmas light show draws a nightly throng of sightseers to their Wells home. But there’s more than spectacle at the heart of Norton Lights – since 2009, the displays have collected more than $90,000 in donations for Make-A-Wish Maine.
Photographer C E Morse, whose work has been exhibited across the United States and internationally, demonstrates how he finds and creates his abstract compositions in a shooting session at an auto salvage yard in Oxford.
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