Today, both the hunt and lottery are widely embraced traditions.
For a rootless descendant of some of Maine’s earliest settlers, solace is a quiet shore on a secluded tidal bay.
Before he was Maine's greatest benefactor, Percival Baxter was just another nature-loving politico huffing and puffing up Katahdin.
On the anatomy of a phrase and the history baked into it.
The cosmetics maven came to the Belgrade Lakes and invented the destination spa.
Seventy-five years after the end of World War II, a decorated Army medic and Penobscot elder is keeping his history alive.
Margaret Chase Smith was a bipartisan hero — until suddenly she wasn't.
A new collection of E. B. White letters helps shed light on another classic Maine writer.
A story from our April 1970 issue, by Esther E. Wood
How Scott and Helen Nearing's Living the Good Life shaped a generation.
How a basketball team made up of the children of immigrants stunned sports fans.
Maine's Young Magic Realist