Introducing three of our favorite images, now available as 14″x11″ matted prints, ready for framing. Click to view details in our online store.
Join us at Somerset Tap House at Whole Foods Market in Portland, for a Mother’s Day Cooking Class featuring April 2017’s recipe for Sorrel Soup by Martha Stewart.
Join us for some old-fashioned Maine summer fun. The first-annual Down East Lobster Roll Festival will be held Saturday, July 8, at Thompson’s Point in Portland. VIP and Lobster Lovers’ packages available, too. Get your tickets today!
It’s time to vote for your favorite Maine art gallery, book store, gym, coffee, radio station, restaurant, ski mountain, library, and more. Cast your votes by May 8!
Download a free copy of our 2017 Down East Adventures catalog and join our editors this summer on an authentic Maine travel adventure!
A longtime champion of local artisans and makers, Martha Stewart reveals her top product picks from around the state.
What else is made better with Pumpkinhead? See this recipe for Pumpkinhead Cupcakes and submit your recipe for a chance to win a Shipyard prize pack!
The time for Maine-made cheese is now.
We took a short stroll up the dirt road to the farm, where a table awaited us — the spread only outmatched by the view of the sparkling blue water in the Fox Island Thoroughfare. Come with us this summer!
We’re proud to be sponsoring this important event. Attend Martha’s Cottage’s Hope is the Key: Benefit Event, its first annual fundraiser, supporting safe housing and support services to older victims of abuse from across Maine. May 9, Cellardoor Winery, Thompson’s Point, Portland. Click for additional details and tickets.
Check out a few remarkable stats about the organization Friends of Acadia, and the work it does, from shores to summits.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the February photo of Sugarloaf Mountain.
When Martha Stewart told us one of her favorite reads was Chebacco, we took it as an excuse to shout out a few journals that no Maine-o-phile should miss.