Down East & Acadia
Nearly sixty years after E.B. White penned Charlotte’s Web, Elizabeth Peavey returns to the Blue Hill Fair in search of Wilbur and friends.
Tinder Hearth Bakery in West Brooksville is rekindling community through food and music.
One hundred years ago John D. Rockefeller, Jr., made a fateful decision that would forever change Mount Desert Island and the history of Maine.
For thirty years a group of dedicated scientists has turned a house in Lubec into a base of operations for monitoring some of the most endangered animals on earth — the North Atlantic right whales that gather each summer in the Bay of Fundy.
Visitors to Acadia want answers.
Jackson Lab has a cool way to ship its rare rodents.
Blue Hill’s Table specializes in fresh, local food in a farmhouse bistro setting.
Photograph by Greg Currier
Excerpted from Designing the Maine Landscape by Theresa Mattor and Lucie Teegarden; Down East Books; hardcover; 216 pages; $50.
Poland Spring Resort and Golf Course
Leisure in the genteel tradition.
Whether you fly into Portland or somewhere more remote, Maine offers plenty of ways to get around.
- Illustrations by: Michael Ricci
Shona Monroe, of Jonesport, sells firewood. Not an unusual occupation in Maine, except Monroe sells her locally cut birch logs through the Internet in small, perfectly trimmed bundles, and she ships them all over the country to people who think nothing looks better in an empty fireplace than logs from trees that don’t grow anywhere near them.