What did it take to put together this month’s interview feature, “My Dinner with Kerry,” about the success of Cafe Miranda, the allure of kitchen life, and the changing face of Rockland? We ran the numbers.
A classic French dessert combines fresh cherries with a yummy, dense custard.
Dog Not Gone’s Maine-made range of tick and insect-repellent apparel for people and pets, helps fight insect-borne illness, making your time outdoors safer.
This month’s cover, by Thomaston-based artist Greta Van Campen, marks a rare return to form.
Labor and tradition endure on a low-tide landscape that few ever glimpse.
By 1900, the following animals were extinct or nearly extinct in Maine and everywhere else east of the Mississippi: 1) any wild canid larger than a fox, 2) wild turkeys, 3) beavers. Now they act like they own the place.
A gardening trio creates a blooming oasis in downtown Brunswick.
The Digital Maine archive of Maine Fish and Wildlife mag, The opening of photographer Ashlyn J. Posiak’s documentary exhibit, and more.
Up North, in the true canoe country, early May is to canoe-tripping what Thanksgiving to Christmas is to retailing. The whole year quickens toward those two weeks.
Welcome spring with this pappardelle with arugula walnut pesto recipe!
Seems like yesterday: everything sharply detailed and in focus, more vivid now in memory than it was then in fact.
A Maine summer day and some lobsters are (almost) all you need for the perfect outdoor feast.