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Harvest season is the most wonderful time of year for beer lovers.
In a state that thrives on tourism, why do cruise ships still leave so much discord in their wake?
Twenty years ago, Limestone was briefly the biggest city in Maine and these festooned fellows were fairly characteristic of its citizenry.
Why the recent ballyhoo over ranked-choice voting?
Orthodoxy isn’t the point when world-class performers play Mount Vernon’s Independence Day pops concert.
Just because students leave for vacation doesn’t mean Maine’s colleges and universities shut down. Here are four don’t-miss events happening in July.
Maine’s Sea Grant program, responsible for delivering practical scientific know-how to fishing communities, now faces an existential political threat.
Bob Trapani Jr. carries the torch for Maine’s beloved-but-antiquated seaside beacons in the GPS era.
In their heyday, dozens of steamboats plied Maine’s largest lake. Soon, though, the Great Depression and the age of the automobile took their tolls, and as steamboats grew obsolete, they were scuttled or simply allowed to sink at mooring.
In 2009, after years of dam removals and fishway constructions, alewives swam through Benton en masse for the first time in two centuries.
Author Alex George spins a rollicking coming-of-age tale on the Maine coast.