Monthly Archives: June 2016

Maine man hooks fishermen with 1900s reproductions

The scene is set in Bartow, Florida, in the early 1930s. A man named William Eger designs something he likes to call the “Florida Special.” But with recent events on the brain, the locals start calling it the “Dillinger” because the patented, prison-stripe-patterned beauty’s main purpose is to kill its prey so the user can […]

Maine logging leftovers for your kitchen counter

For Kim Dailey, it all started with a pen. Maybe that’s unfair — it didn’t exactly start there for Kim. The pen was more like a coming together of all the roots he’d laid over the years. It was a coming together of family, upbringing, profession and community. That’s a whole lot of awesome to […]

It’s life or death for this Maine man’s dream game

The dreams of local game designer Chuck Carter depend on you. Both literally and figuratively. Chuck, one of the artists behind Myst, recently Kickstarted his company Eagre Games‘ first game: ZED. As of early Friday morning the game had attracted over 450 backers pledging over $12,000 of a $48,000 goal, with 28 days still left to kickstart. ZED is […]