Three new guides point hikers to the state’s best trails.
Peonies have brightened June at Gilsland Farm for nearly 100 years. Maine Audubon’s peony garden will be at its peak mid-month.
Join us for a road trip amid the fishing villages, blueberry barrens, and miles of wild coastline along the Bold Coast Scenic Byway.
For some, hiking’s biggest reward is not at the summit.
In which we muckrake about the season that turns our world into mush.
Got 100-year-old shoes in your walls? Beneath layers of wallpaper and dropped ceilings lie clues to your old home’s hidden story.
For its ordinance aiming to protect residents from toxic chemicals, we are proud to award the 33rd Down East Environmental Award to the town of Ogunquit.
Jim Wright is Maine’s most famous power-line worker — evah!
All you need for this race is a vintage sled, a helmet, and a lot of ibuprofen.
Musher Ashley Patterson says the Can-Am Crown is the most physically and mentally challenging dog sled race in the East.
Much of Maine goes into hibernation in winter. Indeed, in some parts of the state, entire villages become virtual ghost towns. Not Fort Kent.
A 1980s Cape is redesigned to take full advantage of its perch on a sinuous waterway in Camden.