A look back at the larger-than-life impact of the basketball team's rookie sensation.
The critically acclaimed film about two sisters caught up in smalltown mayhem was shot on the midcoast.
From a Shriner's fez to 19th-century quack medical equipment, here's what we found at Elmer's Barn.
A pair of concept-y coffee-table tomes help ring in 200 years of Maine masterpieces.
A look back at the career of Maine's ever-popular children's singer/songwriter.
Maine's Young Magic Realist
In tiny Smyrna, the Amish-owned Pioneer Place carries (almost) everything you need.
Micmacs are learning to embroider as their ancestors did — with porcupine quills.
A Maine Maritime Museum exhibit reviews the state's frozen assets.
The ever-popular play has romance, comedy, and drama — and a lot Presque Isle.
After serving in World War II, the painter and writer found solace in his work (and on a small island in Maine).
Among the few remaining torchbearers of a storytelling tradition made famous by the Bert and I records of the ’50s and ’60s, 68-year-old Tim Sample is shepherding that old Maine humor into a new age. Can it get there from here?