A noted law professor argues it’s high time to overturn a controversial 1989 low-water mark in Maine judicial history.
Midcoast “nature people” Kate and Jonathan Mess push boundaries in the gallery, keep it real at home.
Printmaker Susan Amons mixes technique and allegory in her otherworldly artwork.
Rooted in the counterculture of the 1970s, Johnny’s Selected Seeds is flourishing with the locavore movement.
Chewonki’s chief academic explains why the idyllic midcoast campus has attracted campers, students, and seekers for a century.
On the outskirts of the small city of Caribou, some folks want to lower their taxes by going it alone.
All around Sebago Lake, people are living the barefoot life.
In a Lisbon Falls basement, retired cobbler Walter Parker keeps the old ways alive.
Long known for its car culture, South Portland is reclaiming neighborhoods where residents prize getting around on foot.
A gritty, hard-working island attracts unconventional artists by allowing them to focus on what matters most.
Nine steps to a healthy and lush organically grown lawn.
For some retirees, the best work begins when work is done.