Off the beaten track but not quite off the map, Blue Hill has attracted and produced a community of artists and artisans.
A Brunswick gelateria gives Italy’s frozen treat a Maine touch.
Long separated by more than just a great river, Biddeford and Saco are today coming together amid exciting new possibilities.
Maine’s state park system is turning seventy-five this year and you are hereby invited to attend the celebration.
Photographer Dan Tobyne sought to retrace the famous journeys of Henry David Thoreau through the Maine woods. In this excerpt from Thoreau’s Maine Woods, award-winning author Bernd Heinrich imagines what
Thoreau might have made of the political battles in the North Woods today.
A Bar Harbor landscape architect has developed an intimate relationship with the stones that make up the Maine coast.
After three-quarters of a century of preserving Maine’s most scenic places, the state park system is still learning that it can’t manage these lands all on its own.
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.
As it nears the Atlantic, the Saco River reveals its salty side.
How I found hope in the urban decay of a mill town.