Port Clyde's Dip Net restaurant has all the hallmarks of a classic Maine lobster shack — the weathered gray building just off the docks, the picnic tables where you can sit and watch the lobsterboats pulling up, the menu rich with seafood. That's where the similarities end, though. The Dip Net
The controversial leader of the Christian Civic League has built his career by opposing gay rights ? and by making his political opponents see red.
Mainers looking for the best prices and the finest selection of produce head not to gigantic grocery stores, but to their local farmer's market. Whether you are looking for pumpkins, apples, or potatoes, these seasonal bazaars are always worth a visit — for the friendly conversation as much as
Maine should fight hard to keep its military bases but also plan for life without them.
Fairs, festivals, plays, and concerts pack Maine?s summer schedule.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
I'm told that my colleagues are going to give me a party to mark my retirement from more than thirty years at Down East. I only wish it were possible to invite all quarter-million of you who read this magazine each month, as I think together we would have one of the liveliest parties in the history of
Garden tours, music festivals, and summer stock are all on the calendar this month.
Shrinking student numbers will change the way small-town Maine educates its kids.
Features 66 Our Town Spanning the tidal Machias River way down the coast, the village of East Machias hasn't forgotten its roots — and isn't about to. By Virginia Wright. 74 America's Summer Playground Savvy entrepreneurs have been touting Maine's fresh air and stunning scenery since the first