A midcoast native reboots the classic country store as a smart restaurant, bar, and market.
Jesse Ellison is a Down East contributing editor.
New chief curator Jaime DeSimone reflects on the museum’s reimagined exhibit spaces and ever-evolving approach to Maine art.
When she’s back in Maine, find the space archaeologist picnicking on MDI’s Seal Harbor Beach.
Portland’s Austin Phillips once hid his passion for the craft. Not anymore.
Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, and Queen Elizabeth are among former customers of what is now Waterford Puzzle Company.
For the Dixfield artist behind Flower and Jane, creating lifelike blossoms went from a colorful pastime to a fruitful business.
As Maine grapples with age-old, freshly relevant issues of livability, growth, and belonging, an inquisitive look at a complicated word.
Nirav Shah Is Ambivalent About His Celebrity (and Uncommonly Curious and Deliberate About Everything Else)
The state’s surprisingly visible CDC director has a complex relationship with ego, a mean waffle recipe, and...political ambitions?
Smoked meats and homemade hot sauces are the focus on a menu of crowd-pleasers.
All over the Pine Tree State, Mainers are parsing their new, unalienable, and ambiguous right to grow and raise what they eat.
From its projector room in the top of a lighthouse, the Shotwell Drive-In marries the new and the nostalgic.
But if you sell, you’ll be left house-hunting in a seller’s market. So what’s a Maine homeowner to do?