A couple with a bit of an aversion to B&Bs has turned a midcoast manse into an intimate, but not overbearing, hideaway for people just like themselves.
A best-selling author - who moved to Maine herself two decades ago - explains what makes the Pine Tree State such a good choice.
The largest botanical garden in New England blossoms on the Boothbay shore.
Thomaston has taken it upon itself to reinvent the walking tour - and other towns are taking notice.
For those who don't know soffits from sashes, or gables from gambrels, we offer this brief field guide to Maine's domestic architecture.
Editorial opinions from across the state
Mountain lions may be the most sighted and yet least proven denizen of the Pine Tree State.
I greatly enjoyed Edgar Allen Beem's profile of architect Carol Wilson in your May issue. Learning of the personalities that are shaping the Maine of today is one of the reasons I so value Down East. Wilson's designs are wonderful, and I see no reason why the new cannot be embraced side-by-side with
Events WESTERN FARE Hang On It's a sure sign that bull-riding has gone mainstream when a New York investment firm decides to get involved. Never fear, though: the money guys will fade into the background when you get a glimpse of the bucking bulls and the cowboys who ride them. See it all when the Professional
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine