As the game-changing Land for Maine’s Future program observes its 30th anniversary, the state’s land conservation scene is at a crossroads.
From “Machias River Log Drive,” in our May 1971 issue. A couple of months after this article was published, the Maine State Legislature passed a law to end log drives for good.
With Disgraced, Portland Stage dives into an escalating national debate over religion, ethnicity, and American identity.
In 2009, after years of dam removals and fishway constructions, alewives swam through Benton en masse for the first time in two centuries.
Who is Aly Spaltro and what does she have to say?
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.