PJ SeelertVINE IS BACK: Vessel and Vine will feature a rotating menu and a carefully curated wine bar. The vintage glassware used in the restaurant is also for sale. Vessel and Vine, the newest addition to Brunswick’s assortment of small businesses, opened on Thursday on the corner of Maine and Pleasant streets.
Jenny IbsenA FAMILY AFFAIR: Teddy Fortin (right) has worked in the office of Automatics, the auto-body shop run by her father Ray Fortin (left) for almost eight years. If you call up Autometrics auto-repair and supplies for a consultation, a new part, or some advice on your car, you might be surprised.
Bowdoin Back Home Over winter break, the Orient dispatched writers to bring stories from their homes back to Bowdoin. Though we don’t often acknowledge it, Bowdoin is shaped by our experiences in these places, just as we are.
Caroline Carter During my time away from Bowdoin, my life changed dramatically when somebody close to me was diagnosed with a severe case of bipolar disorder. Part of their diagnosis also included “psychotic tendencies,” or sensory experiences of things that do not exist and/or beliefs with no basis in reality.
George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections & ArchivesThe 1963 exchange program between Bowdoin and Morehouse College sought to educate students about the racial issues facing the nation. Students participating in the exchange attended classes and community events.
Jenny Ibsen Moulton light room (MLR) is a panoptical experience. Loyal MLR’ers are both inmates and guards, simultaneously watched while watching others. Eyes latch onto us the moment we enter, observing everything from our meal companions to our outfits.
Sara Caplan Craig Finn is the lead singer of The Hold Steady, an indie group that has been called “America’s best bar band” by Rolling Stone. Tad Kubler is the guitarist. They both cheat at beer pong.
It’s not hard to see why Union Street Bakery has quickly won a place in the hearts of locals since its opening nearly three years ago. In this short period of time, Brunswick residents have walked again and again up those distinctive green steps, sometimes hungry for gooey chocolate chip cookies, other times for fresh brioche cinnamon buns, but most often, for lively chats with owner Sandy Holland.