We have selected two popular images, available for purchase until December 15, as 11×14 matted prints. Order now!
Whether you’re a professional writer or write as a hobby, let the editors of Down East help you advance your craft. Learn what magazines are looking for from writers, hone your skills, and get out and enjoy Maine at the same time. September 6–9, 2017
Our calendars feature some of our favorite photographers and tons of beautiful Maine images. Browse the 2017 selection now!
What else is made better with Pumpkinhead? See this recipe for Pumpkinhead Whoopie Pies and submit your recipe for a chance to win a Shipyard prize pack!
From “Farmstead at the Crossroads,” by John Lovell, in our December 1979 issue.
Toroso, Bard’s new Kennebunk restaurant, wears its Spanish inspiration proudly, from the legendary jamón ibérico on the Charcuteria y Queso portion of the menu to the bacalao and fideos — among the entrées.
A couple carves a homestead out of the woods in Ellsworth.
Is December the best month to enjoy a Pumpkinhead? Vote for your favorite Pumpkinhead “season” and you could win a Shipyard Brewing Company prize pack.
This year, our love for Maine makers and artisans met our ingrained Yankee frugality. The result? Dozens of brilliant and stylish
Maine-made gifts for your sweetheart, your kids, your friends, your coworkers, even your dog — and none of them will break the bank.
Mainers have developed quite a knack for building huge Yuletide trees — out of lobster traps, of course. Want to be awestruck this year? Here’s where to go.
Ben was up early for sunrise on November 29, capturing this scene at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. See more and submit your #Mainelife pics!
Richard Senter writes about the New Meadows ice race in Brunswick, in our March 1968 issue.