The vitality of one Mount Desert Island villag rests on the ties that bind locals and summer folk.
Contributing editor Virginia M. Wright is at work on a book about the history of the Carrabassett Valley.
Reassessing its future, the Moosehead region balances growth and livability with mossiness and moosiness.
Maine makers know how to spin a good yarn, as evidenced by these six lightweight picks.
Less than a year after opening, the Waldoboro takeout joint is spreading its Middle Eastern–inspired dishes around the state.
Backpacks to bug spray to . . . buoy bats?
If Mainers didn’t curate this stuff, who would?
Scott Stevens is one of only about two dozen horse loggers left in the Pine Tree State.
Belfast’s wienermobile serves up hot dogs a dizzying number of ways.
The daughter of the once up-and-coming Maine realist plans to revive his legacy — if she can find his scattered works.
The artsy midcoast hub is placid in winter, but as new development comes to its historic seaside downtown, civic engagement is lively as ever.
From yeah! to meh: An opinionated guide to bug bites.
Reasons #54–70 in our "200 Reasons to Love Maine" special bicentennial issue.