The counter of Maine’s oldest dining car has served hungry people since 1927. Today, you’ll find crowds of people keen to check-out this 15 seat diner thanks to new owners Chad Conley and Greg Mitchell. Focusing on local and simple fare, the Palace Diner has put the small town of Biddeford on the foodie-map.
Damn fine TV. It’s what makes America great. Apparently, our small towns do too. But is this belief in the wholesome nature of “America’s backbone” rooted in reality or a romanticized longing for the past? Chris Townsend looks at our collective obsession with nostalgia and how shows like Twin Peaks and Stranger Things turn it on its head.