25 years ago this month, the previously undefeated Black Bears suffered a rare home-ice loss against archrival Boston University. The next night, they avenged the setback with a 6–1 thumping of BU, and they wouldn’t lose again, home or away, the rest of the season, going on to win the program’s first national title.
Dr. Wilhelm Reich’s modern-day admirers have sunk more than quarter-million dollars into a documentary to redeem his name. Is Dr. Reich’s long, strange story about to climax?
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine
The downhill season in Newry can still start in the fall and run well into the spring, and the metrics behind that feat will knock you off your skis.
Maine is becoming an increasingly popular retirement destination. We’ve outlined our most compelling reasons to retire here.
With social and environmental responsibility as a compass, Planet Dog aims to lead the pack into a dog-friendlier world.
An ice fisherman builds himself a singular frozen sanctuary.
When former Space Gallery executive director Nat May was tapped to curate this year’s Portland Museum of Art biennial exhibition he self-imposed a tough constraint: to foster fresh perspectives. He let us preview a few of the show’s highlights.
Got skis but no hill? Instead of relying on gravity for propulsion, try wind.
From the story “Off to the Banks Again” by Lew Dietz in our January 1958 issue.
For the 900 or so year-round residents of Peaks Island, winter is a time to embrace the quiet, the cold, and the community.
When lakes turn lonely and frigid, Bob Lombardo goes searching for the perfect sheet of ice. Lace up and tag along for a skate on the wild side.