We asked four top art curators to select a Maine photographer whose work deserves a wider audience beyond museum and gallery walls. Here are their choices.
150 Reasons We don't know who to thank, but someone in your organization has given us an incredible compliment by believing we are worthy enough to be listed in your November issue as one of the "150 Reasons to Give Thanks We live in Maine." You have no idea what this does for our state of mind. We're
Features The Best Maine Photography In this special issue of Down East, devoted to the fine art of taking pictures, the editors have collected some of our favorite images of the state of Maine — from landscapes to portraits to photojournalism. 46 Maine: A Photographer's Paradise The Pine Tree State
From a naughty Nutcracker to craft shows, Maine is bustling with things to do this month.
- Features - 64 The Other Freeport Three miles south of L.L. Bean is a soulful village that has retained its historic charm. But in South Freeport preservation has come at a cost. By Edgar Allen Beem. 72 Lucinda! Lucinda Yates went from homelessness to head of a company that has earned $24 million for
Maine?s holiday celebrations are sure to make you merry and bright this year.
Portland and Freeport offer enough gifts to satisfy even the longest shopping list.
- Features - Flashpoint: Perry In a special report, Down East examines the controversial proposal to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on Passamaquoddy Bay. 56 Living on the Edge Will an LNG terminal bring prosperity back to Pleasant Point and Perry? By Colin Woodard. 61 The End of the Line
Nothing to Fear In response to your article about Michael Heath and his opposition to gay rights and marriage ["Who's Afraid of Michael Heath," September 2005], here's a news flash: My wife and I are happily married and live in Vermont where (gasp!) gays and lesbians have equal rights and (horrors!)
We pit ten Maine beers against each other in a blind taste test to determine the tops in hops.