Eleven Maine Museums display Maine Folk Art.
A Guide to Relocating in the Pine Tree State
More and more Maine telecommuters are discovering that success is only a phone call - or a mouse click - away.
Bright Maine natives are proving you can come home again - and succeed.
At Weatherby's, the more things stay the same, the more they change.
Undecided about where to move in Maine? Here's a quick tour of the state to help you narrow your choices.
For seven years a battle has raged in Winslow over turning a "lake" back into a river.
Whether you call it a cottage or a camp, here are a dozen tips for getting the most out of your home away from home.
Maine's inland waters once provided a powerful, and colorful, draw for visitors.
A bit of legwork will earn you the privilege of swimming in some of the finest, and least crowded (for now), swimming areas in the Pine Tree State.
Tucked amid bold ocean cliffs and granite-topped peaks, the lakes and ponds on Mount Desert Island manage to hide in plain sight. They're worth a second look.
Down East's editors discuss the coming of the yellow dust, paying for snow days, creating a new state park, and more.
Keep on Trucking
Ways of the Woods is a mobile museum.
Readers respond to Where in Maine and other articles.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on his family camp on Middle Range Pond.
My son has learned how to let it be in Brooklin.
A review of Bernd Heinrich's "The Snoring Bird."
A belt from The Belted Cow and throwing a Frisbee are a few ways to enjoy Maine this month.
Editorial opinions from across Maine.
Artists and writers such as Elizabeth Ogilvie have flocked to this summer island haven.
Maine shipbuilders helped America's greatest ship reclaim her dignity more than a century ago.
Eat, drink, and be merry at a Rockland wine bar that specializes in late-night fare.