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Features 42 Going to Extremes For one Georgetown couple, the best way to preserve their seaside dream home was in pieces. By Rebecca Martin Evarts. 48
Going to ExtremesFor one Georgetown couple, the best way to preserve their seaside dream home was in pieces. By Rebecca Martin Evarts.
Radical TransformationsThree outdated buildings have found new lives at the hands of some ingenious Maine renovators. By Joshua F. Moore.
How to Hire a ContractorHere are ten tips on finding the right builder for your own Maine makeover. By Jeff Clark.
Breaking All the RulesPortland designer Angela Adams has hit the big time by following her own eccentric muse. By Virginia Wright.
On the RocksA Maine quarry enjoys a second act, thanks to one determined gardener. By Rebecca Sawyer-Fay.
Portland's Big BoomThe biggest wave of development in years is about to hit the city's East End between the Old Port and Munjoy Hill. By Edgar Allen Beem.
Where in Maine?This picturesque piece of the Maine coast is awash with controversy. Can you identify it?
Blank SlateMining put the North Woods town of Monson on the map — in more ways than one. By Joshua F. Moore.
North by EastTwo Maines in Winter. Up in the County, three feet of snow is just another flurry. Plus opinions, advisories, and musings about the expletive deleted from the IF&W snowmobile handbook, the gender gap at the University of Maine, and a hot-dog stand in Lewiston that got wired.
The Talk of MaineWretched Refuse. Should Mainers worry that the state is becoming a dumping ground for out-of-state waste? By Jeff Clark.
The Maine ViewpointBold Education Reform. Tinkering isn't enough to fix what's wrong in Maine's schools, states an editorial from the Kennebec Journal. Plus the water tax war on Poland Spring, Bar Harbor's world-class port, and the continuing argument for windmill power.
Inside MainePizza Perfection. The mad geniuses behind Café Miranda and Borealis Breads team up to make pies. Plus an animal tracking workshop in York, a kids' toy library in Rockland, indoor golf for duffers in Bangor, and the PMA's virtual museum. By Andrew Vietze.
Dining Down EastBeale Street Barbeque. Ten years ago, Michael Quigg gambled that Mainers would embrace Memphis BBQ. Guess he was right. By Andrew Vietze.
Down East BookshelfHome Sweet Homicide. The latest whodunit from an Eastport author combines home repair and a coven of witches. By Rosemary Herbert.
Calendar of EventsMarch Highlights. A flower show and a film festival foretell the return of spring to Maine.
I RememberFear of Old Houses. My father was not only unafraid of old homes, he embraced them. By Scott Warner.