Some very famous people have taught at Maine academies and colleges. Here are some notables, arranged chronologically.
A conversation from the Maine Literary Festival.
An Island Romance (Maine)
Imagine everything being in place. I don’t mean only the pins in the drawers Though I mean that too but I mean Your feelings — not squashed or pruned — But right in place and everything around You in place, too. That’s what An island is, that kind of chance. I know you can say
Maine's expeditionary learning schools have become a model for educational programs nationwide.
Maine's new community colleges have filled an unseen void in the state's educational system - and succeeded wildly as a result.
Keeping your home's energy demands low shouldn't require sacrifice. In fact, you might even find yourself saving money while you do right by the environment.
A selected history of sustainability in Maine.
A Scarborough man who turned his lawn into a vegetable garden thinks he can persuade Barack Obama to do the same at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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A middle school in Belfast uses its garden to teach a lot more than agriculture.
Down East editors discuss burying Maine's power lines, a dairy's solar sense, and more.
Best of the Best We always look forward to the arrival of each issue of Down East and thoroughly enjoy reading every one of them, but your January “Best of Maine” issue was just awesome! I was particularly thrilled to see the picture of Caskie Stinnett on the Contributors page and quickly
Baxter and Buzz
Buzz Caverly, Percival Baxter, and Baxter State Park.
- By: Roberta Scruggs
- and C.D. Clarke
A former L.L. Bean shoplifter confesses his sins.
Editorial opinions from across the state.
Where in Maine is this stately Federal?
- Photography by: Sue Anne Hodges
The Editor in Chief reflects on his own brother's green thumb and that of the state at large.
Twenty-five years ago, when the Maine Green Party was founded as the first Green political organization in the country, its often-chaotic meetings earned it a reputation as “a prime example of creative dysfunction,” as one exasperated participant said at the time. Ben Chipman, of Portland, laughs out loud at the anecdote. In recent years he has worked on or managed the campaigns of sixteen Green Party candidates and won ten of them. Portland’s Green Independent Party (as it’s now known) currently has three members on the city council, two on the school committee, and two more on the Portland Water District Board. The first Green elected to state-level office in the United States was John Eder, who served two terms in the Maine Legislature from a Portland district.
An impressive road crew knew how to manage snow on Springvale's streets back in 1900.
Dining on the Edge
The Pickled Herring is gambling big that remote Eastport can support a fine restaurant.
Greek olive oil and other goodies made in Maine.
A Portland resolution supports the tap.