What if history’s powerful and pioneering women were celebrated and honored in public spaces? Abigail Gray Swartz is out to remix whole cityscapes with ambitious monuments to history’s “hidden figures.”
Portlander Nate Barr, founder of Zootility, designs ingenious pocket-size implements as fun as they are useful.
A beginner’s lesson in the dance of glassblowing at Montville’s award-winning “micro-enterprise.”
Baxter State Park retires an age-old — and way-cold — tradition.
With their chocolate moose pops and iconic lighthouse logo, Wilbur’s of Maine Chocolate Confections is probably one of the state’s most well-known home-grown brands.
Leslie Forsdick always knew she wanted to do something creative. So in 2014, after a company restructuring left her without a job, LESL Ware was born.
Taking over a long-running Christmas tree farm is a daunting affair, but as a generation of Maine’s tree farmers ages out, new growers like Sangerville’s Abbey Bray are stepping in to make the fir fly.
Artists in Their Studios is a photography project developed by the Maine Crafts Association to document Maine fine craft artists throughout the state in the spaces where they create.
A line of clothing and learning toys for deaf children is born out of a couple’s efforts to help their son.
These are a few of our favorite things — a look back at our first decade (or so) of illustrated holiday covers.
Downeast Dealer is a three- to five-person card game where players compete to collect the best yard-sale treasures, from lobster traps and canoes to moose trophies.
You can feel doubly good about buying holiday gifts when you’re also supporting the work of Maine nonprofits.