Thérèse L. Provenzano was born and raised on Long Island, New York, but her mother was from Aroostook County and the land there exerted a powerful pull on her.
Something’s gone missing in Nevada Barr’s latest Anna Pigeon mystery: Acadia National Park.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the April photo of Cascade Falls in Saco.
Move over, gazpacho — local legumes make a supremely summery soup.
In 1866, the Great Fire of Portland was the most devastating blaze ever to strike an American city. Andrew Vietze revisits the harrowing night, 150 years ago this month, that left half of Portland in ashes.
On a Newcastle back road, locals and visitors gather to celebrate summer, ceramics, and the world’s greatest pop-up salad bar.
When you tire of lobster, consider the pizza — specifically, the superb brick-oven pies at Sweet Pea’s Café.
We’ve been arguing for months. And eating. And shopping. And road-tripping. And at last, all that hard work has paid off. Presenting Maine’s best Travel and Play, from camping to cruising to hitting the links.
Roland Salazar was active in the Maine art scene in the 1980s, both as an artist and as founder of Danforth Gallery, a nonprofit artists’ space in Portland.