A look back — and a look at what’s current — as Maine’s Salt Institute for Documentary Studies marks 50 years.
Sure, the name’s whimsical, but Dover-Foxcroft’s Peace, Love & Waffles takes brunch seriously.
Recalling a mid-century storm for the ages, Cathie Pelletier's plea: don’t drop that digraph.
Want to walk the line? Plan a trek to the border’s highest point this side of Montana.
Simplicity is the mantra at this hyper-local (and gratuity-free) fine-dining spot.
The mid-century magazine photographer loved to turn his lens on his home state's out-of-the-way places and salt-of-the-earth people.
The Oscar-nominated director finds the essence of community at the Rockport post office.
The Maine Coast Heritage Trust president and CEO has fond memories of jumping off Blue Hill's Falls Bridge.
After a wild year, Aroostook musher Jonathan Nathaniel Hayes, champion of a canine hero and a Maine heritage breed, looks ahead to another ambitious challenge.
University of Southern Maine's director of choral studies on Portland Head Light.
Autumn brings a pastoral luster to the coastal mountains of the midcoast.
Although one Old York Historical Society property currently has a gaping hole in it, there’s never been a better time to visit.