A Baxter State Park ranger tells of one very fiery close call.
September might just be the best time to scale Maine's tallest mountain.
Elizabeth Gilbert: On Maine
The author of the bestselling Eat, Pray, Love learned an early lesson in writing - and life - on Matinicus.
Welcome to the boatbuilding capital of the world, so to speak.
Which road map would you buy to explore Maine?
Five great foliage drives in Maine.
Living Large in a Small City
How to enjoy Portland without spending a fortune.
Maine on Stamps
Over the years, the Postal Service has provided thumb-sized tutorials in the history of the Pine Tree State.
The newest jewel in Baxter State Park was the hardest won.
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We asked a photographer to take a picture of every resident of this remote Maine island.
- Photography by: Paula Jean Lunt
Down East's editors discuss Somes Sound, lightning strikes, UMaine yearbooks, and more.
Bella Baldwin's death remains one of the mysteries of Penobscot Bay.
Readers respond to "Where in Maine?" and other articles.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Doiron reflects on Maine's largest city.
The annual air show in Brunswick and a dose of "Sunshine" are special events not to miss in Maine this September.
Head to Cow Island with Portland's Rippleffect.
To read Tagewahnahn is to journey to the village of Grand Lake Stream.
The American Playground
Maine villages have their own brand of diversity.
Editorial opinions from across the state.
Head to Lewiston to connect with your Franco roots.
Built in 1985, this bridge stretches thirty-six feet to an island with a city park.
- Photography by: Dean Abramson
A classy car and an even more impressive driver attracted attention in Caribou seventy-five years ago.
Time for a Dip
A Port Clyde shack surprises and satisfies.