Out of the small farm revival and the rising demand for handcrafted goods comes a new future for Maine textiles.
The lobstermen of Down East Maine tell us the stories behind their cherished vessels’ names.
Diagnosed with ALS, acclaimed painter Jon Imber reached ever deeper into his creative well.
Lucas St. Clair is thawing, ever so slightly, in opposition to Roxanne Quimby’s vision for a Maine North Woods National Park. By Jeff Clark…
Hikers honor fallen veterans at the summit of Maine’s tallest mountain.
A Down East fishing community weighs — yet again — whether to trust the Canadians with a beloved artifact. The original bell from steamship…
Our readers share how they start summer in Maine with a bang.
Best known for its addictive (and healthy) popcorn, Little Lad’s Bakery aims to change the way America snacks.
Maine’s high school sports teams provide splashes of local color.
Nearly everyone agrees that Maine is way behind when it comes to high-speed broadband. The reason why is a matter of much dispute.
Artists Todd Watts and Jemma Gascoine traded the big city for a tiny village.
CM Almy in Pittsfield has been outfitting church clergy across the country with robes, chalices, candleholders, and crosses for 122 years. Amen to that.