At Hinckley’s old-school L.C. Bates Museum, one of Papa Hemingway’s sporting trophies needs a little work.
No matter the evidence (or lack of it), fantastic creatures will always roam the Maine woods.
Labor and tradition endure on a low-tide landscape that few ever glimpse.
Maine author Colin Woodard continues his exploration of what unites and divides us.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is scheduled to open its new building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 26. Inaugural exhibitions, on view through August 12, include solo shows by sculptor Jonathan Borofsky, painter Alex Katz, and video artist Rollin Leonard.
From the article “Burning the Barrens” by Ken Textor in the May 1995 issue.
Will the Gazetteer survive its techie new owners?
Sculptor Jonathan Borofsky’s monumental works can be found around the globe, but he’s never exhibited in his home state — until now.
On the evening of May 1, 1917, some youngsters delivering a May basket in the tony summer enclave of Biddeford Pool were met not with kisses but snarls.
A Portland theater director choreographs a dance piece for philistines (or just Gnarls Barkley fans).
With ’Skeeter Skidaddler, Allen Pollock has reimagined insect repellent as an attractive natural fragrance.
Stamp-happy Mainers celebrate the centennial of Maine Postcard Day (surely you’ve heard of it).