The Big Picture
A bold new venture has prompted people in
Camden to start discussing what they really want their town to be. By Michaela Cavallaro
Thomas Lie-Nielsen has carved out a niche by making the best woodworking tools in the country. By Jeff Clark
Is Saddleback Really Back?
Mainers once flocked to Rangeley to ski the trails at Saddleback Mountain. Thanks to an infusion of cash and one forward-thinking family, many of them are starting to return. By Joshua F. Moore
Through the Ice
When vehicles fall through Maine's frozen lakes and ponds, there's only one man to call: ice diver Dave Sinclair. By Andrew Vietze
The best Maine Christmas tree is the one you cut yourself.
Artists at Work
The artwork being created and exhibited at Spindleworks in Brunswick is colorful, vibrant, and unique. The same can be said for the artists themselves. By Charlotte AlbrightDepartments
Where in Maine?
Ever been to this waterfront in the midcoast? Send us a note if you can identify this snowy scene.
North by East
In Europe, Christmas dinner includes the distinctive taste of Maine. | The Pine Tree State gets discovered — again. | Milk producers finally hop on Oakhurst's bandwagon. | Enjoy the ice while you can. | Some warranties are better than others in Maine. | Self-storage facilities are the new sheds.
The Talk of Maine
The beef industry is booming in Maine, thanks to an ingenious new approach to farming. By Jeff Clark
The Maine Viewpoint
A new look for the harbor in Portland. | Katahdin Lake turmoil. | School reforms' bottom line. | Shifting shorefront protection. | A new day for the state's old mills.
Chef Harding Smith takes comfort food to new heights at the Front Room in Portland. By Michael SandersBooks
An essayist and photographer find truth and beauty around the corner in Merrymeeting Bay. By Richard GrantGetaway
Freeport has more to offer than outlets and L.L. Bean. By Michaela CavallaroEvents
From a risqué Nutcracker to holiday craft shows, Maine is filled with events to attend this month.Plus:
Christmas stockings. | Bread-making classes in Lyman. | Antique trunks.
Memory would help me hold onto and let go of my grandmother's house. By Elizabeth Tibbetts
What's In A Picture?
Seventy years ago one savvy Maine guide used a dapper pugilist to promote the North Woods. By Joshua F. Moore