A University of Southern Maine professor’s unlikely new opera takes a run at a pioneering black baseball legend.
A baseball-bat manufacturer in Shirley Mills gets his call-up to the big leagues.
Maine’s hardest-working rapper levels up on your smartphone or tablet.
As traditional fisheries stare down climate-induced disaster, aquaculture could be Maine’s next great industry. So how come more fishermen aren’t ready to start seafarming?
A Sullivan studio’s mammoth all-weather garden containers are popping up in gardens across the country.
From “Maine’s Merry Gardens” by George Taloumis, in our April 1963 issue.
Check out a few remarkable stats about the organization Friends of Acadia, and the work it does, from shores to summits.
Tara Regan is the first woman to run both MDI boatyards for the Hinckley Company — which counts Martha Stewart among its fans.
How an unassuming Maine homebuilder became a reality TV star.
The federal government later declared the March 11, 2005, storm a disaster — but we knew better.
Few living artists can touch the legacy of David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And through it all, Maine has been vital for him.
In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, Michael Finkel explains the origins of the whispered myth that haunted central Maine for decades.