In August 1965, we took a look at the last square-rigger to round the horn, explored Maine’s historic Conway House, remembered the Father of Acadia National Park, viewed the county where the sun first rises, and profiled Rockland’s “Maine Seafoods Festival.”
In August 1995, we explored Acadia’s other face, searched for the perfect lobster roll, had some fun climbing Mount Katahdin, visited Fitch’s General Store in East Sebago, and relaxed at daybreak in Ogunquit.
[I]n July 1985, we listened to the wild call of the loon, talked with “Portland’s First Family of Ice Cream,” took a look at a landmark showdown over ownership of Moody Beach, explored the “Fantasy Tower Overlooking Gouldsboro Bay, and viewed some of acclaimed painter Neil Welliver’s work.
Down East Magazine visits Salt Water Farm for a lesson on how to make a Tomato and Bread salad.
Salt Water Farm’s Annemarie Ahearn dishes up some biscuits with summer berries.
Salt Water Farm’s Annemarie Ahearn treats us to an early summer frittata.
A marine biologist, a doctor, a pastor, an oyster farmer, and a lawyer walk into a bar . . . and visuals editor Mark Fleming is there to shoot them.
Bob Russo of the Portland Boxing Club knows what really happened during the famous Ali-Liston fight in Lewiston in 1965.
Celebrate the coming spring with a gonzo cocktail-mixing tutorial from our friends at Outliers Eatery.
We hit the road to explore all eight of our Best Places to Live in Maine in 2015.
We spent a fine powder day at Sunday River with volunteers and participants from Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation.
From stump to pile, splitting to stacking, we cover it all in our video about woodstove culture in Maine.