Portland’s Tricky Britches channels a classic bluegrass sound — sans porkpie hats.
A friendship that reaches across generations is too rare a thing — and its lessons are too valuable to ignore.
An old Nike missile base in northern Maine could withstand the end times. Read on if you want to live.
Patten’s Dri-Ki Woodworking may well have made part of your favorite canoe — and if you’re lucky, easygoing owner Rick Keim made your paddle.
The Jaffa American Colony: Story of History and Revival
It’s the 200th anniversary of Maine’s epically cold “year without a summer.”
Presenting Maine’s Best Arts & Media selections, including Readers’ Choice winners!
The lake is ever ready, the pace is undemanding, and one day folds softly into the next. This is Kezar.
On the occasion of finding his 50-year-old camp letters, one veteran journalist pens a heartfelt love letter to his Maine summer camp.
From the unsigned “Letter from Home” column in our July 1967 issue.
Something’s gone missing in Nevada Barr’s latest Anna Pigeon mystery: Acadia National Park.
In 1866, the Great Fire of Portland was the most devastating blaze ever to strike an American city. Andrew Vietze revisits the harrowing night, 150 years ago this month, that left half of Portland in ashes.