Down East & Acadia
Does Maine really care about its history?
I greatly enjoyed Edgar Allen Beem's profile of architect Carol Wilson in your May issue. Learning of the personalities that are shaping the Maine of today is one of the reasons I so value Down East. Wilson's designs are wonderful, and I see no reason why the new cannot be embraced side-by-side with
Features Treasured Islands A new generation has brought new life to the beautiful Cranberry Isles. By Letitia Baldwin Hooray for the Red, White, & Blue At Bobbie Maschal's festive summerhouse every day is the Fourth of July. By Michaela Cavallaro Empty Wind? Mainers say they want alternative energy,
Events WESTERN FARE Hang On It's a sure sign that bull-riding has gone mainstream when a New York investment firm decides to get involved. Never fear, though: the money guys will fade into the background when you get a glimpse of the bucking bulls and the cowboys who ride them. See it all when the Professional
North America's speediest car ferry provides a glimpse of the future as it tears through the pristine waters between Bar Harbor and Nova Scotia.
Maine's a Treasure Trove of Gardens, Botanical Parks, and Specialty Nurseries...
Playing rusticator on Mount Desert Island can be surprisingly affordable.
Events ART cross training You wouldn't expect an accountant to be a really great health-care provider, or your mechanic to build you a new deck. But an architect who designs cool, modern furniture — it seems a pretty plausible exercise. See the results at Getting Personal: Maine Architects Design
Belfast's Dennis Pinette has won acclaim by painting the industrial and elemental landscapes of Maine.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine