The soaring vision of Eric Hopkins.
The work of top Maine craftsmen reaches a crescendo in an elaborate new home in Southport.
- Photography by: Brian Vanden Brink
In Maine’s remote corners an ancient people still speak through enigmatic engravings.
The charming village of Cornish has reinvented itself as the perfect destination for a country drive.
- Photography by: Dean Abramson
Central Maine Power sparks controversy with its new wireless devices.
The most noteworthy aspect of this elaborate project may well be the craftsmen themselves.
A silly face belied dramatic changes in Maine’s air-travel industry in 1981.
Cartoon by Bill Woodman
Rest In Peace
The Wiscasset bypass meets its demise.
The Wiscasset bypass, on life support since the June 2010 discovery of a bald eagle’s nest in its would-be path, has died at the age of fifty-three. Maine Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt pulled the plug on August 3.
The resignation of Maine’s Marine Resources commissioner wasn’t what it appeared.
A comprehensive guide to flora in Maine’s national park provides a first-rate education in local botany.
Sometimes it’s the imperfections of a house that make it a home.
Can you identify this autumnal waterway in western Maine?
No country for old moose?
Brunswick’s Clementine transforms food into beautiful — and delicious — art that’s a delight for the palate.
Like his first book, Sex, Drugs & Blueberries, Crash Barry’s Tough Island: True Stories from Matinicus (Maine Misadventures, hardcover; $18; mainemisadventures.com) is not for the easily offended. Barry’s account of the months he spent as a twenty-three-year-old ex-Coastie working on a Matinicus lobsterboat are replete with casual drug use, epic outbursts of profanity, and displays of depravity. They also have the virtue of seeming utterly recognizable.
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