Maine adopted Kenyan runner Moninda Marube as a symbol of human trafficking’s invisible casualties. But a close look at his case raises hard questions — and illustrates the challenge of investigating and prosecuting trafficking crimes. Is this man a victim?
Three summer music mainstays are celebrating major milestones this year, performing everything from symphonies to show tunes.
One winner each week will receive two tickets to the Monhegan Museum. Plus, two winners will receive a commemorative book celebrating the last 50 years of the Monhegan Museum.
From big bands to indie bands, eight surprising times that the beat of popular-music history (and trivia) has thrummed through the Pine Tree State.
The Gawler sisters all live in Belfast, and the whole clan loves heading from the harbor onto Belfast Bay in a long rowboat called a pilot gig.
They’ve all but disappeared from America’s highways, but mom-and-pop motor courts still live on in Vacationland.
Maine Public Radio’s always-popular audio-diary series heads into a sixth season.
Labor and tradition endure on a low-tide landscape that few ever glimpse.
Here are the anthropomorphic animals not to miss this month.
Our contributors share their choicest finds in Maine style, design, shops, and craft.
Pack up a weekend bag and choose your favorite art trail. We picked three of coastal Maine’s most road-trip–worthy regions for art lovers and laid out our stop-by-stop itineraries for each. Ready to explore some of the best of Maine art?
An artist’s family wrestles with the future of his metal jungle.