Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard on his company’s role in undamming the Kennebec River.
This summer the Monhegan Museum will celebrate the art and life of Maud Briggs Knowlton, one of the first women to direct a major American art museum and one of the few women to paint on Monhegan in the late 1890s. Enter for a chance to win two tickets to the exhibition and a catalogue of the exhibition.
Maine’s wild islands number in the thousands and are among the state’s crown jewels — and now more than ever, their conservation is key to preserving Maine’s essence.
Beth Bowley, a Maine native, opened fourTWELVE in Rockland after more than two decades in New York. Now she designs and manufactures her own clothing line.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine
Scouting the state for wicked individual fashion, we found student Camden Hunt at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor.
When staff photographer Benjamin Williamson wants to shoot Maine at its most essential, he hops the ferry for Monhegan, 10 miles out to sea, year-round population about 60. We asked him a few of his favorite places to set up a tripod.
A tired roadside cantina wakes up refreshed as a brunch destination.
Tuesday night tacos for a good cause in South Thomaston.
“Like the turkey vultures, I had come to Maine to make myself a good life.”
After 50 years, the exuberant ringleader of a Wells summer tradition is hanging up his hat.