Instead, years of ownership issues, deteriorating infrastructure, and unrealized ambitions have reduced Big Moose to a shadow of its former self. Can anyone give the old resort a much-needed lift?
Now located in the Bangor Mall, the Queen City megastore has enough room to display the works of nearly 500 makers.
The biannual Augusta craft fair welcomes makers of unusual wares.
For the facial-care gurus behind these balms and butters, a commitment to Maine-sourced ingredients is more than skin deep.
A summer guide to Maine-made tools, toys, and other gear to haul upta camp.
With a new shop and some high-profile partnerships, a scion of Governor Percival Baxter goes all in on his passion for vintage-style outerwear.
Aspen Golann plans to use most of the cash to support the Chairmaker’s Toolbox, a nonprofit she founded in 2020.
Maine’s only 19th-century iron foundry was an unlikely industrial site deep in the woods.