Every family has their own Thanksgiving dinner traditions, but some common elements, like turkey, sweet potatoes, and a whole lot of butter, unite us all in mouthwatering anticipation. Larry Matthews, chef/owner of the iconic Back Bay Grill in Portland, likes to keep things simple and delicious, with dishes that allow for easy adjustment to accommodate a potentially increased guest list.
The Bartlettyarns mill dates back to the early 19th century and looks its age — but charmingly so. In any case, it’s not nearly as creepy as when it provided the exterior shots for the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Graveyard Shift.
Violinists are honoring Portland master luthier Jonathan Cooper with a tribute album.
After lying dormant for nearly a century, Maine’s hard cider industry is ripe for a comeback.
In addition to 2015 Magazine of the Year, the Down East Magazine team brought home top honors for Magazine Writer of the Year, Magazine Photographer of the year, Overall Art Direction, and several other awards.
Ask any rural Mainer: There’s more than one way to wash a skunked dog. None are pleasant, though.
Who says you can’t have s’mores for lunch?
Join us as we explore Maine’s orchards, hills, and hidden ponds; mountains and waterfalls; and wild rivers and lakes on the ultimate Maine fall foliage tour.
Going through the motions that mark the season’s change.