From our February 1980 issue: Invited to rescind the returnable bottle law by out-of-state interests, the Maine voter said ‘No thank you,’ by a six-to-one margin. An evaluation of the increasingly independent and conservation minded voters of the State of Maine.
A retro sled is a thing of beauty, and winter isn’t over until a couple dozen take to the track at Aroostook County's Mega Meltdown vintage sled race.
How a quasi-war with Canada made our state what it is today — and helped secure a lasting peace at the border.
In Allagash, a woodsman shows off his cutting-edge collection.
Dwayne Tomah hopes the wax-cylinder audio can help revive his tribe's language.
How Lafayette National Park became Acadia.
The way life was — it's what came before “The Way Life Should Be.”
A Maine Maritime Museum exhibit reviews the state's frozen assets.
To launch our yearlong celebration of 200 years of Maine statehood, we teamed up with Maine Public to hear from a few Mainers who can reflect upon half of that time.
Joe Polis believed in learning how to negotiate the ways of the dominant culture without losing one’s own.
The state’s bicentennial is next year, but Maine declared its independence 200 years ago this month.
In 1866, the Great Fire of Portland was the most devastating blaze ever to strike an American city. Andrew Vietze revisits the harrowing night that left half of Portland in ashes.