Is it any surprise, then, that Castine once again finds itself at the center of an epic struggle?
UPDATE: Mc Caskey says that "the bar menu will get an overhaul" as well, featuring items such as fried cobia collar, ramen and more.
With Herménégilde Chiasson as its principal playwright, L’Escaouette gradually became a dominant force in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1992, after a fire at the old convent in Caraquet that had been its home venue, T. Most Acadian plays never saw print, but two of these were exceptions, published by Perce-Neige and Les Éditions d’Acadie.
The company worked to develop an Acadian repertory, in particular by producing a trilogy of plays on Acadian history: (1983–84), by Gérald Leblanc. Besides Antonine Maillet, whose plays were published by Leméac Éditeur, other Acadian playwrights were published by Michel Henri’s Les Édtions de L’Acadie in the 1980s and by Les Éditions La Grande Marée in the 1990s.
The BYOB dinner featuring a green papaya "XO" salad, "Cuban style" banh mi with house made pig head pate and more (there is also a vegetarian option), costs (cash only) and will run from p.m.
More than 200 years ago, a free African American named Thomas Frazer settled at what is now a picnic area in the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park. Frazer’s story is briefly shared on a relatively new wayside exhibit at the Frazer Point Picnic Area.