North by East
Opinions and advisories on seat-belt laws, narrow-gauge railroads, and a great lady from Maine.
Schoodic — Acadia’s Other Face
Only one in ten visitors to Acadia this summer will discover the rockbound spectacle of the park’s sole mainland section. By Joseph E. Brown.
The Katahdin Crowd
Climbing Maine’s tallest mountain can be as much a social experience as a wilderness experience these days, as Edgar Allen Beem learned when he tackled the peak with his thirteen-year-old daughter.
ln Search of the Perfect Lobster Roll
Before you can find it, you need to know what to look for. Food critic D.B. Eberhart offers the straight skinny.
A Brilliant Conversion
When a Rockport woman turned an abandoned church into a contemporary aerie, she not only created a striking new home, she saved a venerable local landmark. By Sarah Goodyear.
Home from the War
Artist Norman Rockwell came to Maine in 1945 to find a suitable down-home subject for an important Saturday Evening Post cover. By Arthur Guptill.
Where in Maine?
Here’s an idyllic scene that might well be on an island, but it isn’t. It’s on a storied peninsula. Recognize it?
Pen Points, Popsicles, and Stovepipes
Fitch’s General Store, in East Sebago, may be the last of its kind in Maine. By Jeff Clark.
My Son, the Golf Pro
He’s only three, but already his grandfather has pronounced him a “natural,” though annuals and perennials quake at the sight of him. By Richard Grant.
Daybreak at Ogunquit
For an instant, the beach is innocent of yesterday and tomorrow. Photographs by Jeff Stevensen.
The House on Gilbert Head
It seemed impossible that the great gray house that had known so much life was suddenly empty and on the market. A reminiscence by John Cole.
Making It In Maine
Three furniture-making success stories from the Pine Tree State.
It took a hardy crew to haul mackerel out of Maine waters at the turn of the century. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
Room With a View
It is hard to say when one is asking too much of life and I am fully aware that I hover very close to the edge most of the time. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Dark Harbor
An Islesboro Tradition
The Maine Viewpoint
Why Sears Island
Down East Bookshelf
Arundel by Kenneth Roberts
Along the Waterfront
Belfast’s ‘Red Baron’
Landing on Hardhead
Cover: Schoodic Point, by Douglas Merriam.