Gardiner, a small city on the Kennebec, keeps making big plans — and this time they might even come true.
- Photography by: Alan Lavallee
Alex Katz reimagined the Maine landscape through his iconic paintings. Now, from behind the scenes and with a keen eye for collecting and curating, he’s doing the same for Maine’s museums.
Around Biddeford, the ancient but dying sport of pigeon racing continues
to inspire passions.
A group of Portland gardeners open the gates to their Munjoy Hill retreats.
Have you ever been to this idyllic island?
- Photography by: David Cleveland
The proposed East-West highway across Maine: Gateway to opportunity or toll on the environment?
Portland’s boom in south-of-the-border cuisine hits a high point with Mexican specialties at Zapoteca.
- Photography by: Mark Fleming
Flowfold Wallets are made in Maine using real sailcloth.
A key victory in the War of 1812 is less interesting than the stories of the men who fought over it.
My grandparents’ cabin taught me to appreciate what is simple, sturdy, and beautiful.
A symbolic canoe trip celebrates Maine’s pre-colonial past.
Reactions to our April Route 1 Issue
Looking towards the future of Maine.
The world’s most famous sponge cake endures in Blue Hill.
A Cutler sea captain’s deceased wife is remembered for her bizarre homecoming.
Yes, Maine is great, but these superlatives are silly.
How do you describe the odd taste of Moxie?
An adult ed class gets paranormal.
Subversive photography to fix Maine’s roads.