Politicians love her. So do neighbors, cops, and hot dog vendors. And her selfless spirit — and the demographic shift she represents — can reshape our state for the better.
Maine’s hardest-working rapper gets happy.
In a Lisbon Falls basement, retired cobbler Walter Parker keeps the old ways alive.
Fifty years ago, the “phantom punch” gave Lewiston a black eye. How boxing’s most infamous fight inspired a Portland trainer’s hall-of-fame career.
Digging deep with David Mallett, Maine’s earnest balladeer.
Best known for its addictive (and healthy) popcorn, Little Lad’s Bakery aims to change the way America snacks.
Reporter Shannon Moss visits the warehouse of this company featured in our April issue, and finds out how this company became one of the country’s largest producers of clerical vestments and liturgical goods.
CM Almy in Pittsfield has been outfitting church clergy across the country with robes, chalices, candleholders, and crosses for 122 years. Amen to that.
Mike and Geoff Howe built tanks for the army, created vehicles for hollywood blockbusters, and starred in their own reality show. What’s next for this dynamic duo?
Exploring the lives of Mainers who go to work after the sun goes down.
Joann Grohman has published nine books and five thousand blog posts (so far) on the subject closest to her heart: her family cow.
Ottie Thomas-Smith handcrafts some of the nation’s finest prosthetic eyes, ears, noses, and more.