BrianVandenBrink51, contributing photographer | January 22nd, 20161 comment
As I'm sitting down to write this post, it's about 15 degrees outside, with a stiff breeze and a forecast of heavy snow in the next couple of days. Seems like a good time to think about being someplace else, like maybe sitting on this deck on the island of St. Barth's in the French West Indies.
BrianVandenBrink51, contributing photographer | January 15th, 2016
The Nickels Sortwell house in Wiscassett, Maine is a fine example of high Federal style. Built in 1807 when shipbuilding brought great wealth and sophistication to coastal Maine the house represents the high water mark of Federal Style architecture in Maine.
Mike_Guertin, editorial advisor | January 13th, 20162 comments
Lose your little digit on a job in Oregon and you'll get around $80,000 in workers comp; in Massachusetts you'll only get about $2,000. How much you get for a lost body part depends on where you live / get injured.