What happens when a navy town loses its base? By Virginia Wright
As stubborn as it is handsome, wild tansy refuses to be hemmed in. Maine's gardeners forgive the rude manners and pledge eternal devotion. By Rebecca Sawyer-Fay
A Touch of Madness
The only thing crazier than playing on a homemade golf course is building one. By Elizabeth Peavey
Are We Ready?
What happens if a major hurricane hits Maine? By Jeff Clark
All Creatures Vicious & Vile
In a hilarious excerpt from his new book, While You're Here Doc: Farmyard Adventures of a Maine Veterinarian, Bradford Brown remembers one Maine monkey that didn't exactly shine.
A Maine Ghost Town
What happened to the lost hamlet of Freeman Ridge? By Jeff Clark
A Journey of Hope
A unique organization based in Maine believes in the healing power of nature. By Edgar Allen BeemDepartments
Where in Maine?
A whole host of people donated their time to build this forty-mile replica of our solar system. Ever been to Saturn?
North by East
Maine men are ahead of the latest fashion trend — by a whisker. | The first salmon season in seven years opens this month. | In praise of fog. | MaineDOT needs a spellchecker. | Monhegan's fighting a construction boom in homes for magic folk. | A new high school in Portland makes us want to relive our teen years. | A "moosetake" in this year's annual hunt. | UMaine gives its answering machine a little personality.
The Talk of Maine
A new battle over a taxpayer's bill of rights that would limit government spending treads familiar ground. by Jeff Clark
The Maine Viewpoint
The new, more critical LURC. | Politically correct lobsters. | Power for the people.
Inside MaineDining Café
This Way is delicious proof that Bar Harbor is as much a college town as a vacation resort. By Kim RidleyBooks
A true-crime story about a notorious killing, Finding Amy reveals a dark side to Maine. By Elizabeth HandGetaway
Before you venture to the North Woods, make a stop in Millinocket. By Andrew VietzeEvents
Country fairs, art exhibits, and great performances are on Maine's late summer schedule.Plus:
A new online logbook for anglers. | An economics professor shares her secrets for jigsaw puzzle fun. | Coastweek's annual push to clean up Maine's shore. | A sugar-fix guarantee at Kittery's Yummies.
We didn't need an excuse to come home to Maine, but a hurricane provided one anyway. By Kurtis C. Clements
What's In A Picture?
A carefully composed photograph captures a relaxing late summer afternoon in Camden. By Joshua F. Moore