How an unassuming Maine homebuilder became a reality TV star.
Situated east of downtown Freeport and accessible only by foot through a mile-long wooded path, Pettengill Farm has stood hidden from the modern world for over 200 years.
It’s yummy smeared on crackers, pan-fried like paneer, and tossed into scrambled eggs just before serving.
The federal government later declared the March 11, 2005, storm a disaster — but we knew better.
Few living artists can touch the legacy of David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And through it all, Maine has been vital for him.
Join us for some old-fashioned Maine summer fun. The first-annual Down East Lobster Roll Festival will be held Saturday, July 8, at Thompson’s Point in Portland. VIP and Lobster Lovers’ packages available, too. Get your tickets today!
From “The Real Peculiar Railroad” by Charles Morrow Wilson, in our March 1958 issue.
If there’s a more versatile potable out there, we’d be mighty surprised.
For descendants of Maine’s 19th-century Finnish immigrants, the sauna ritual has lost none of its sanctity.