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East Side, West Side
All around Sebago Lake, people are living the barefoot life. We take a spin around Maine’s classic freshwater oasis. By Edgar Allen Beem.
A historic process is exposing the injuries inflicted by Maine’s child welfare system on generations of Wabanaki people — and illuminating a way forward to bring healing and change. By Virginia M. Wright.
Ever wanted to step right into a painting by one of your favorite artists? How one man found himself living inside an obscure Edward Hopper. By David Millward.
Best of Maine!
Our handy, savvy, witty guide to our favorite Maine everything. Plus: Our readers weigh in with their own picks on food, travel, entertainment, the arts, and more. The only list you need for a smashing Maine summer.
Where in Maine?
Can you identify this beloved coastal town?
Visiting Palace Playland
Letters to the Editor
What You Said
What’s your best memory of a Maine lake?
North by East
Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine
Down East Dispatches
News You May Have Missed
The legacy of an aviation pioneer lives on deep in the North Woods (weirdly enough).
What’s in a Picture
For the state’s fireworks king, business is (ahem) booming.
End of Story
A Eulogy for the Salt Writing Program
Living the Maine Life
Making It in Maine
Habitat for Hobbits
Biscuits with Summer Berries
The Littoral Truth
Room With a View
What to Do in Maine This Month
Mill 67, Sanford
Abelardo Morell at Bowdoin
Camden Garden Club
Moose Meadows Golf
From Peter Pfeiffer’s Hard Chance
Through Children’s Eyes
Go here. Do this. See that.
From Our Archives
Tending the Light — July 1990
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Cover: Man o’War Brook Falls on Somes Sound, Acadia National Park, by Susan Cole Kelly.