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.
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.
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.
Richard Senter writes about the New Meadows ice race in Brunswick, in our March 1968 issue.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the September photo of the Oquossoc Angling Association on the Mooselookmeguntic lake.
Looking for the perfect cocktail to serve your holiday guests? We asked bartenders at two of our favorite watering holes to match the spirit of the season with recipes for quaffs that are warm, bright, and cheery.
Once upon a time, Santa’s sleigh guides weren’t such a rare sight in Maine.
No Maine town celebrates the holidays quite like Freeport, where Discovery Park at the L.L.Bean Flagship Store transforms each year into the epicenter of cheer. Visit this year’s Northern Lights Celebration to share in your family’s favorite holiday traditions — and maybe start a few new ones.
Some two miles from the mainland, with nothing between it and savage squalls, the old sentinel has been battered frequently. Civil War-era keepers, according to one account, were afraid for their lives during bad weather because the tower would sway nauseatingly.
Donn Fendler was 12 years old in July 1939, when a storm separated him from his group on top of Mount Katahdin. After Donn’s recent passing, we asked John Thurlow to share his memories of his friend.