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Coffee – Specialty Beans, Coffee Lore & History with Patrick Reilley Part 3 of 5 VIDEO

Coffee – Specialty Beans, Coffee Lore & History with Patrick Reilley Part 3 of 5 VIDEO

Coffee folklore discussing the origins of coffee with a discussion on the primary grades of coffee beans and how they are determined. VIDEO [...]

Coffee – It’s all about the Beans with Patrick Reilley Part 2 of 5 VIDEO

Coffee – It’s all about the Beans with Patrick Reilley Part 2 of 5 VIDEO

Overview of the classification and origins of the beans available to coffee roasters. VIDEO [...]

Coffee – From Beans to Politics with Patrick Reilley Part 1 of 5 VIDEO

Coffee – From Beans to Politics with Patrick Reilley Part 1 of 5 VIDEO

Coffee - A five part video series outlining classification, origins, Fair Trade the politics of coffee and the intricacies of roasting. VIDEO [...]

Maine Lighthouse – Portland Head Light Cape Elizabeth VIDEO

Maine Lighthouse – Portland Head Light Cape Elizabeth VIDEO

Maine Lighthouses is a series featuring lighthouses on the coast of Maine. In this segment featured is Portland Head Light as late afternoon falls into night. VIDEO [...]

Maine Lighthouse – Pemaquid Point Light – Winter Snow Storm VIDEO

Maine Lighthouse – Pemaquid Point Light – Winter Snow Storm VIDEO

Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, in New Harbor Maine, is another classic Maine Lighthouse. Overlooking the glacier carved coastline, this light still employs optical technology developed in the mid 1800's. [...]

Maine Lighthouse – Marshall Point Light – Port Clyde VIDEO

Maine Lighthouse – Marshall Point Light – Port Clyde VIDEO

Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde Maine became an international "star" when it appeared in the movie Forrest Gump. The original light was built in 1832 and was relocated closer to the shore with updated optics [...]

The Apprentice Shop – Overview Wooden Boatbuilding – Part 1 of 5 VIDEO

The Apprentice Shop – Overview Wooden Boatbuilding – Part 1 of 5 VIDEO

The Apprentice Shop, located in Rockland Maine, has been training apprentices in the art of wooden boatbuilding for more than 30 years. In this first of a 5 part series we get an overview of the [...]