America's longest veterans' parade starts in Maine this month.
For thirty years Peggy Greenhut Golden has been bringing artists and art lovers together in Portland.
A new book follows the history of the Sugarloaf ski resort from its rugged beginnings in the 1950s, when the mountain was a daredevil's secret, to its almost cult-like status today.
Chebeague's First Christmas
Following its recent secession from Cumberland, Maine's newest town has reason to celebrate.
Winter is the best season for really seeing trees.
Four calling birds, three pheasant hens, two mourning doves, and a partridge in a pine tree... on Maine's annual Christmas Bird Count, intrepid birders range out across the state to tally turkeys.
For one Harpswell family, Christmas wasn't complete without their great grandfather's Swedish cabin.
Think you recognize this historic hamlet and its 1820s Congregational Church?
- Photography by: Kevin Shields
A dependable Santa, misplaced passengers, and some lights we like - plus a couple we don't - are on the minds of Down East editors this month.
Is Maine ready for a North Woods highway?
Readers respond to our mystery photograph and other articles.
Happy Holidays from your friends at Down East.
Editorial opinions from across Maine.
Your monthly guide to enjoying life in the Pine Tree State.
Need a Lift?
In small-town Maine nothing is ever forgotten.
Writers in turn-of-the-century Bangor did whatever it took to keep warm.