Located right along the coast and just thirty minutes from Portland, busy downtown Brunswick is a popular destination for summer people “from away.” But this former mill town, located at the juncture of Route 1 and the Androscoggin River, lights up in the winter with more than enough shops, restaurants, and art spaces to keep the locals busy through the spring thaw.
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People say there’s something in the water in Belfast — and it’s no longer chicken grease. With a thriving downtown and bustling harbor, the city is having one big crazy party and all are welcome. By Will Bleakley
Going to work on the island of Islesboro is a complex game of hurry up and wait. By Virginia M. Wright
After two decades of life in this Camden Hills hamlet, a resident reflects on the town, the people, and the place she calls home.
By Elizabeth Hand
Carey Michael Kish, editor of the AMC Maine Mountain Guide, share his favorite hikes you may have never heard of.
Where to go for the best art gallery, seaside campground, music venue, wilderness adventure, and sun set.
The closing of the Brunswick Naval Air Station has opened a wealth of possibilities for one of the “Best Small Towns in America.”
Gardiner, a small city on the Kennebec, keeps making big plans — and this time they might even come true.
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Are you ready for a weekend getaway for two, sailing aboard a historic schooner in Penobscot Bay?