Submitted by Laura Casey Location: Burnt Hill, Carrabassett Valley Date: 1/7/18
In our April 2018 issue we’re asking people, “Where is your favorite spot to watch the night sky?” We’ve gotten a few responses so far, but please tell us yours.
Submitted by Matt Sawyer. I took this photo tonight while boiling sap, a tradition at my house since the 1940’s. It’s a 2 second exposure of the…
Photos submitted by Aj Tinker (@aj_tinker_photography).
Can you name this pond-and-mountain pairing? Submit your answer here for a chance to win a Down East wall calendar.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from February.
From our March 1963 issue: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s years at Bowdoin, where he became one of America’s great poets, and the first important poet who would support his art by college teaching.
Planning or hoping to retire to Maine someday, or are you helping family members with the move? We’re putting together some resources to help you in the process and to keep you in touch with Maine until the time is right. Listen to the Retire to Maine Podcast.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
It’s time to vote for your favorite Maine art gallery, book store, gym, coffee, radio station, restaurant, ski mountain, library, and more. Cast your votes by April 23!
It’s long been known as “the heart of Maine,” and it only takes a quick spin through the Penobscot Valley to see why. From the mighty Penobscot River, which once carried timber from the great North Woods, to the University of Maine, to the home of Stephen King, the region is as authentically Maine as they come.