Hundreds of revelers head to Peaks Island every fall for Sacred and Profane — even though the anything-goes celebration of the creative spirit is a big secret.
Bob Sewall’s Lincolnville farm — Maine’s oldest organic apple orchard — is his life’s passion and a wellspring of innovation.
When the puck drops at Cross Insurance Arena on October 13, pro hockey is officially back in Portland for the first time since the Pirates left town two years ago.
Maine author Susan Hand Shetterly takes readers on a captivating trip through the world of underwater flora.
Six months ago, Seafolk Coffee opened in Rockport without a sign, website, or phone, but from day one, they were packed.
This summer, the Maine Outdoor Film Festival kicks off its seventh running with a shorts contest, Broke and Stoked, for in-state filmmakers only.
A decade ago, Jennifer Scism was running a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York. But along the way she married a Mainer, got tired of the grind, moved to York, and started backpacking.
Three classic Maine eateries are back in business.
In 1995, Rob Tod started making a beer called Allagash White but his quintessentially Maine success story actually starts 30 years before, in a small Belgian village called Hoegaarden.
Maine Public Radio’s always-popular audio-diary series heads into a sixth season.
Maine’s smallest city has been down but never out, author James Fallows says.
Matthew Secich worked in some of the country’s most gourmet, most stressful kitchens, bouncing discontentedly from one high-profile gig to the next. Now, he makes smoked meats and cheeses in Unity’s Amish community, which he, his wife, and kids joined a few years ago.