For those who don't know soffits from sashes, or gables from gambrels, we offer this brief field guide to Maine's domestic architecture.
A slip in the Kingfield mud was all in the name of charity and fun back in 1981.
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
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
Katahdin Trail Tips Thank you for the aerial centerfold of Mount Katahdin in your April issue. What a magnificent mountain worthy of the deepest awe and respect. On my first trip in 1996 the park ranger advised me to stick to the path and its blue blazes, adding that people who stray from it might get
Lumberjacks Are Okay The logging quiz in your February issue was great fun, informative, and nostalgic. Along with a few lucky guesses, I credit most of my twelve correct answers to seeing log drives on the Penobscot River as a kid on the way from Houlton to Bangor. My father would stop the car so we
Settling in Maine does not mean giving up the prospect of a high-powered career.
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