Blazing our own path on the Sebago Lake Canoe Trail
Meet six of the most talented cooks in Maine’s schooner fleet.
- Photography by: Benjamin Magro
Everything you wanted to know — and more — about Maine’s most fearsome creature, the blackfly.
- Illustrations by: Dean MacAdam
Writer May Sarton was never fully embraced by York, the Maine town that she loved.
The Evergreen Cemetary, a historic Portland landmark, bridges the poignant gulf between life and death
- Photography by: Sara Gray
Liza Gardner Walsh shows you how to add a dose of magic to your family’s summer by building your own fairy dwelling.
Experience Acadia’s mountains by the sea in Somes Sound.
- Photography by: Sue Anne Hodges
Thank you for highlighting the maple industry and lots of sugarhouses in your March article (“Mad for Maple”) — including ours. While I was reading about Elizabeth and John’s travels, I felt like I was following the contestants on the Amazing Race. A portrait of a terrific trip around Maine! We enjoyed some interested visitors over the weekend, due to your article.
Thurston and Peters Sugarhouse,LLC, West Newfield
Has the time come for Mainers to rethink the way they nominate the president?
Fathom, Bar Harbor’s newest fine dining spot, elevates classic Maine fare to fancy food status with sublime flavor combinations.
Portland native Kieran Shields’ debut novel, The Truth of All Things, is a rollicking and satisfying supernatural mystery.
Down East opens up a store in the Portland Jetport
The 1897 Bowdoin baseball team was a defensive powerhouse under future governor Percival Baxter.
Don’t Fub It
Misuse of this wicked cool dictionary will mark you as being from away.
Octane, a new app on the iTunes store, helps you find the cheapest gas
Thanks to the fervent fan base of gothic sixties soap opera Dark Shadows and a new film adaptation by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, the fictional town of Collinsport, Maine, is more alive than ever.
Have you ever tiptoed through these tulips?
- Photography by: Alan Lavallee
My fantasy of being a boat owner went down in a sea of green.