How Sears Island Was Saved
In January the governor signed an agreement, balancing conservation with commerce, into law. By: Jeff Clark
Unlike other camps for sick kids, a year-round retreat in Casco aims to address the impact on the entire family. By: Cynthia Anderson
What the Indians Ate
How did aboriginal Native Americans — the Wabanakis — feed themselves?
Rent a Dream
A Maine family built the vacation hone they’d always wanted — then put it to work. By: Meadow Rue Merrill
I Grew Up in a Jailhouse
Mary Knox Wells spent her childhood living among the prisoners of Waldo County. By: Victoria Doudera
The rush to find precious gems is back on in Maine. By: Virginia Wright
Where in Maine?
Ever been to this Midcoast island that’s seen its fair share of drama Photography by: Dean Abramson
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron on Sears Island and the annual Down East Environmental Award. By: Paul Doiron
North By East
Why is country and western Mainers’ favorite music?
A Down East Beach Draws National Attention
A lovely Maine beach draws some surprising national attention.
Community- Supported Flounder
Now Maine fishermen are getting into the eat-local biz.
Every June, indoor gamers descend on South Portland.
Predator vs. Predator
Want to pick a fight with hunters? Mention coyotes. By: Roberta Scruggs
Casa Novéllo, Westbrook
Westbrook’s Casa Novéllo offers a respite for world-weary diners looking for filling food. By: Michaela Cavallaro. Photography by: Hannah Welling
What Scares Stephen King?
An unauthorized new biography fails to explain what makes the master of horror tick. By: Elizabeth Hand
Maine-made wooden playhouses offer a new summer home — for tots.
Dad’s Old Town
The process took longer than planned, but restoring my father’s prized canoe was a final act of love. By: Rosemary Herbert
A Biddeford Pool party was an opportunity to clown around in 1917. By: Joshua F. Moore