From “Symbols of the Maine Coast — Herring Gulls” in our August 1956 issue.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from June.
Lobster is always on the menu here, but never in its traditional boiled iteration.
Earlier this year, David Rockefeller gave away a Jericho Bay island, an Andrew Wyeth painting, and millions of dollars to the Land & Garden Preserve and Maine Coast Heritage Trust. Now those charities, among others, stand to benefit from the sale of the late billionaire’s 14 ½-acre Seal Harbor estate.
We teamed up with Expedia.com for a look at some of our favorite and most storied seaside inns, from quaint bungalows to soaring chateaus.
Inspired by Maine’s enterprising brewers, a few delicacy swaps we’d like to see.
A landscape designer creates a welcoming entry with swirling stonework and colorful, textured plants.
Introducing four of our favorite images, now available as 14″x11″ matted prints, ready for framing. Click to view details in our online store.
How Meg Mitchell Moore’s adolescent stint Down East birthed a pitch-perfect beach read about love, longing, and suburban ennui.