A chat with the species’ wiliest ally, biologist and author Geri Vistein.
Baxter State Park’s administration has threatened to reroute the end of the Appalachian Trail off Katahdin. Don’t worry — we have some ideas for the new terminus.
Last year, 170 new restaurants opened in Maine. Statistically, more than a quarter of them won’t make it through their first year. This is the story of one that did — restaurateur Annemarie Ahearn’s ambitious Salt Water Farm — and of what it took to get there: bruised egos, broken friendships, and tough lessons about what Mainers want.
Van Lloyd’s Bistro is the delightfully weird restaurant that Damariscotta deserves.
Passions can run high over the imaginary lines subdividing Maine into regions, as they are not only unofficial, they are also fickle, situational, and entirely open to debate.
Maine’s hardest-working rapper gets happy.
For a new breed of Appalachian Trail thru-hikers, running is the new walking. Scott Jurek recently established a new fastest known time for an end-to-end supported hike of the AT.
Any old bar can pour you a pint. Where do serious beer lovers settle in among their tribe?
Maine’s breweries churn out some of the nations tastiest and most inventive brews. Here’s a round of Maine beers with ingredients that might surprise you.
Summer is unarguably the best time of year to drink beer — at picnics and ballgames, on boats and at barbecues, at sunny, seaside beer gardens. Whatever the setting, these five brews are eminently quaffable.
Maine’s craft beer scene enables full-throttle entrepreneurship. Get a behind the scenes look at our photo shoot at Allagash Brewing Company with some of the personalities of the Maine beer world.
The Portland Museum of Art takes a career-spanning look at the work of Rose Marasco, one of Maine’s most accomplished — and eclectic — photographers.