Dedicated to her mother-in-law’s vision, Cynthia Hosmer tends a landmark coastal garden in York.
One hundred and fifty years ago, a group of sensible Down East farmers and their families packed their houses and sailed to the Holy Land to await the Second Coming. Within a year, it had all gone wrong.
The lake is ever ready, the pace is undemanding, and one day folds softly into the next. This is Kezar.
Something’s gone missing in Nevada Barr’s latest Anna Pigeon mystery: Acadia National Park.
A sophisticated garden yields a wholesome bounty in Castine.
Maine author Colin Woodard continues his exploration of what unites and divides us.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is scheduled to open its new building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 26. Inaugural exhibitions, on view through August 12, include solo shows by sculptor Jonathan Borofsky, painter Alex Katz, and video artist Rollin Leonard.
The smart look of Polly Peters and Bear Blake’s 187-year-old Mount Vernon home owes to clever reuse and a generous coating of white paint.
On the evening of May 1, 1917, some youngsters delivering a May basket in the tony summer enclave of Biddeford Pool were met not with kisses but snarls.
Farming isn’t making a comeback on Whitefield’s Townhouse Road. It never went away.
A new book for young teens traces the life of Edna St. Vincent Millay.
James Abbott has an art studio in his home — or is it the other way around?