The Buying Game
Yes, you can afford great Maine art on a less-than-great budget. Just ask the Gleasons.
- Features - 60 Reinventing Rockland A decade after its artistic and commercial renaissance, the "Lobster Capital of the World" is experiencing growing pains. By Virginia Wright. 68 5,267 Feet of Rock At age forty-five, I wanted to climb Mount Katahdin to prove to my older brothers I was no longer their
On the Beach
A new house on the dunes of Biddeford Pool captures the bright and breezy style of summer in Maine.
- By: Rebecca Martin Evarts
Where in Maine? Your May "Where in Maine?" is Popham Beach; more specifically, the area at the mouth of Morse's River (with Seguin Island in the background) in that section of the beach known as the south shore. I am one of the chosen few who had the unforgettable privilege and experience of spending
5,267 Feet of Rock
At age forty-five, I wanted to climb Mount Katahdin to prove to my older brothers I was no longer their baby sister. Guess what happened?
A decade after its artistic and commercial renaissance, the ?Lobster Capital of the World? is experiencing growing pains.
A Passion for Perfect Tomatoes
?Tomato Lady? Amy LeBlanc, of Wilton, grows more than 300 varieties of organic tomatoes. She holds her plants to a high standard ? and her customers to an even higher one. Do you have what it takes to pass her test?
Wabanakis called this gorge ?place of the perpetual rainbow.? Have you ever rafted through this ravine?
Centrists are flexing their muscles in the U.S. Senate. But stopping the closing of military bases in Maine ? and the loss of 7,000 jobs ? might be the ultimate test of Senator Susan Collins? political clout.
At Sarah Jeanne?s Family Hair Care in Lewiston, the pursuit of beauty takes many wild and wonderful forms, as photographer Melonie Bennett discovered.
What kind of person risks life and limb, taking off from grassy airstrips and skimming treetops, all for a ?hundred-dollar hamburger?? Abby Zimet meets the barnstormers.
Looking to recapture the psychedelic mood of the 1960s and ?70s? Here?s the trippy road trip for you.
The new Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor does more than preserve the past of Maine?s Wabanaki Indians ? it celebrates their present.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Maine towns want tourists, so why won?t they provide the restrooms they need?
Like the best of Hitchcock, Monica Wood?s new novel is an intimate shocker.
The makers of Morse?s sauerkraut have opened a market and caf? for schnitzel fans in Waldoboro.
Maine should fight hard to keep its military bases but also plan for life without them.
How a meatball surgeon, back from Korea, helped me out of a jam in Waterville.
Chebeague Island Inn
The restaurant in this grand summer hotel is well worth the voyage.
Fairs, festivals, plays, and concerts pack Maine?s summer schedule.
Wrestling with the Babe
Don't even think about taking a swipe at the Sultan of Swat. That's the message home-run-king-turned referee George Herman "Babe" Ruth, at right, is sending to professional wrestler Manuel Cortez in this remarkable photograph taken during a match at the Portland Expo back in 1945. According to an account