How the Queen City has become the capital of music in Maine.
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.
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?
“Who Is Superorganism And Why Is This Song So Addicting?”
Painter Linden Frederick collaborates with a murderer’s row of great authors for a one-of-a-kind cross-genre exhibit.
Midcoast “nature people” Kate and Jonathan Mess push boundaries in the gallery, keep it real at home.
Few living artists can touch the legacy of David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And through it all, Maine has been vital for him.
The Mallett Brothers Band’s latest album gives new life to old backwoods ballads.
British animator Will Rose draws inspiration from Eastport’s wildlife, architecture, and late-night Justin Bieber dance parties.
A black-and-white print by Stell and her husband, William Shevis, adorned this magazine’s first cover in August 1954, and the pair collaborated on dozens more Down East covers over the ensuing decades.
After 25 years, the DaPonte String Quartet isn’t slowing down.
Can Robert Indiana, a mainstay of the 1960’s Pop Art movement, give new life to Bob Dylan’s lyrics some 50 years later?
R. Scott Baltz’s painting, Gold Blue Broken, 24˝ x 30˝, oil on panel, will be given away at our September 1 Art of Giving Gala.