Late fall is the perfect season to visit the state?s theaters, concert halls, and museums.
Where in Maine? I became intimately acquainted with Ripogenus Gorge ["Where in Maine?" August 2005] after a whitewater rafting mishap in 2003. It is a beautiful location, but it's not such a great view scraping along the bottom of the Penobscot River! —Kelly Morgan Orono, Maine Base Closings While
Autumn kicks into gear with performances, exhibits, and free-for-alls.
From hikes to drives, picnic spots to golf courses, fall is fun in Maine.
Whether you're looking for a hotel room at the last minute, a recommendation of where to eat, or advice on finding the best spot to see the foliage, chambers of commerce throughout Maine are ready to help. Here's how to reach these smart and helpful souls, organized alphabetically by town or region.
Mainers looking for the best prices and the finest selection of produce head not to gigantic grocery stores, but to their local farmer's market. Whether you are looking for pumpkins, apples, or potatoes, these seasonal bazaars are always worth a visit — for the friendly conversation as much as
Fairs, festivals, plays, and concerts pack Maine?s summer schedule.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
East Machias Legacy I read with great interest your April article about East Machias, as I was born there and spent twelve years living there when my father was a teacher, coach, and principal at Washington Academy. Your article mentions in passing that "the region was once an important shipbuilding
I'm told that my colleagues are going to give me a party to mark my retirement from more than thirty years at Down East. I only wish it were possible to invite all quarter-million of you who read this magazine each month, as I think together we would have one of the liveliest parties in the history of