What does it mean to talk like a Mainer these days? As writer and linguist Michael Erard explains, the answer is wicked complicated.
A Friendship garage is bursting at the seams with “18,000-something” antique bottles.
Alvin Theriault was 11 when he tied his first fishing fly. Now 64, Theriault and his wife, Connie, have been making and selling flies for 44 years.
For the angler who has everything; a graceful, yet functional fly-tying desk.
Some of Maine’s liveliest spots for dinner and drinks these days are down on the farm — and for some Maine farmers, the gastronomic “barn social” is a key part of a new agrarian model.
In 1866, the Great Fire of Portland was the most devastating blaze ever to strike an American city. Revisiting the harrowing night that left half of Portland in ashes.
One of the co-creators of Hulu’s new Castle Rock on yet another Maine mill town that’s down and out. Waaaay out.
Author Porter Fox spent two years traversing the U.S.–Canada boundary, looking to better understand the wild borderland that rarely makes the news.
Will the state’s latest plan for Wiscasset solve a traffic nightmare or ruin a town?
Paul Sampson makes a better oyster platter
Down East director of photography Benjamin Williamson on Senator Angus King’s sharp shooting.
Do you cruise through downtown Kennebunk on your way to the ’Port? Well, stop. No, really — stop.