President Bush and Democratic Senator George J. Mitchell had Maine in common — along with a willingness to make principled compromises.
In winter, northern Maine’s mile-high Katahdin is a rugged, spectacular world apart. When four friends set out to ski it, the trip represented a physical challenge and a spiritual feat. The photos they brought back offer a glimpse of “The Greatest Mountain” as few ever see it.
Fluffy, sticky, soft, or icy — Pleasant Ridge Plantation’s Bob Howe has a snowshoe for that.
A passion for a sustainable natural world is at the core of Planet Botanicals Skincare Products.
Marilyn Robertson refashions old sweaters into mittens, skirts, and more.
Bespolk’s sassy Maine headgear
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.