Spring Comes to Tidebrook
Thousands of daffodils are only a small part of an enchanting private haven created by a Freeport couple. By Jane Lamb.
Arthur Stinson’s Useful Little ‘Gift’
On Swan’s Island, it’s best to contact the island’s leading dowser before the well-driller arrives. By Cynthia Bourgeault.
A Bounty of Shrimp
It’s either feast or famine with Maine’s elusive crustacean.
Old Town Canoe Bounces Back
Space age plastics and Yankee know-how have brought a Maine institution back to the top of the heap. By James P. Brown.
Why I Went Out of the Cigar Business
Women’s suffrage had more than a little to do with it. By John Gould.
Making It In Maine
Three more success stories from the Pine Tree State.
Pioneer Women’s Lib
An important Westbrook College show reveals a sinewy strain in Maine art.
Room With a View
There comes a time in a man’s life when memories are burdensome, a thought that stole into my consciousness a few days ago when I stopped at a roadside flea market. By Caskie Stinnett.
Down East Bookshelf
Maddy’s Song by Margaret Dickson
The Neighborly Sport of Smelting
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Boating Down East
New Longliner Hooks a Quality Catch
1985 Deer Hunting Dates Remain in Limbo
Pete Casey’s Mystery Pickle
Cover: Monhegan Dories, by Robert Stebleton. Watercolor, 23″ x 35″. A resident of Bath, Mr. Stebleton is an artist associate at the Maine Maritime Museum. His work can be found at the Pine Tree Shop and Bayview Gallery in Camden.