After decades in free fall, how Maine’s loon population took off.
These three spots are taking camping to the next level.
In which we muckrake about the season that turns our world into mush.
The first time I put on an Anchorpak, it felt different from any bag I’ve ever used. It felt right.
Kittery’s peppy pocket neighborhood has shops as eclectic as its chow.
A modern retreat that embodies its owners fondest memories of Belgrade’s Great Pond.
Peet is one of a handful of Maine designers making hand-painted floorcloths, common home accessories in the 18th and 19th centuries, until linoleum came along, and now enjoying renewed interest thanks to the maker movement and a growing awareness of indoor allergy triggers.
Let Augusta have its big-box stores — the shops along Hallowell’s historic Water Street are an expo of the curious, cozy, and hyper-local.
Wabanaki traditions meet high style from Decontie & Brown.
Nowhere is the sense of suspended time more pronounced than a Maine summer place in the heart of winter.
With social and environmental responsibility as a compass, Planet Dog aims to lead the pack into a dog-friendlier world.
Architect Eric Reinholdt updates an ancient house style for a difficult building lot and a tight budget.