Beth Bowley, a Maine native, opened fourTWELVE in Rockland after more than two decades in New York. Now she designs and manufactures her own clothing line.
For many seniors on Maine’s islands, the prospect of settling into a mainland care home is disquieting. The alternative requires a whole community’s investment.
The hosts of Portland’s Green Architects’ Lounge podcast mix tasty cocktails with sustainable building lessons.
A beginner’s lesson in the dance of glassblowing at Montville’s award-winning “micro-enterprise.”
Can tiny-house communities help solve Maine’s affordable-housing shortage?
While it’s easy to understand how an elderflower creme made with coconut oil, rosewater, and beeswax might moisturize skin the proclaimed benefits of other Avena Botanicals products are less intuitive.
In a tug-of-war between lobstermen and regulators over catch reporting, Mainers didn’t get the deal they expected.
In Maine’s maximum security lockup, warden Randall Liberty is offering inmates gardens, therapy, and a sense of purpose.
Three new photo books explore vastly different aspects of the state’s character.
In the chilly coastal waters off Cutler, America’s oldest border skirmish continues apace.
A century ago, Waterville helped bail out a struggling Colby College. Can Colby return the favor?
Tofu is a passion product for the couple behind Maine’s only commercial soy beanery.