A Blue Hill mill is one of just a few in New England making traditional quartersawn clapboards.
From a Shriner's fez to 19th-century quack medical equipment, here's what we found at Elmer's Barn.
You can't find an Icelandic goat outside of Iceland, so a Waldoboro farm is trying to create its own.
Big-screen cameos to butt-cheek chairs.
In tiny Smyrna, the Amish-owned Pioneer Place carries (almost) everything you need.
Micmacs are learning to embroider as their ancestors did — with porcupine quills.
Our contributors on the shops, galleries, and wares to check out this winter.
A smithy named Smith smiths tools, jewelry, and architectural hardware the old-fashioned way.
"I don't think people appreciate how much work goes into it."
One writer processed a zillion holiday returns — and kind of loved it.
From ornamental kitchenware to origami kits to Olive Kitteridge, here are 32 classic and surprising tokens of the Pine Tree State for everyone on your list.
Paul Sampson and his wife, Jula, have turned their love of mollusks and woodworking into their business, Oyster River Joinery.