“By late February , these guys were ready for a little extra money, and bored enough to risk trying something a little different.”
Big mountain snowboarder and committed globetrotter Colin Boyd comes home to a South Portland fixer-upper.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Shopping for a woodstove recently, we flipped through the catalog of Norwegian stove maker Jøtul, finding more than half of the 18 featured stoves and fireplace inserts bore Maine place names.
The Gospel According to Benjamin Bubar.
Bill Duggan’s film-buff legacy — all 18,000 titles — lives on at the Portland Public Library.
Wasn’t the indie bookstore supposed to be a relic by now? Jeff Curtis, of Sherman’s, Maine’s mighty micro-chain, says there are still plenty of chapters to go.
In Maine, the best way to protect your car from the rigors of ice, snow, and salt is to swap it out for a “winter beater.”
A chat with the species’ wiliest ally, biologist and author Geri Vistein.
Chewonki’s chief academic explains why the idyllic midcoast campus has attracted campers, students, and seekers for a century.
Baxter State Park’s administration has threatened to reroute the end of the Appalachian Trail off Katahdin. Don’t worry — we have some ideas for the new terminus.
Like many in Maine, we were saddened to read of the September passing of Leon Gorman, grandson of L.L.Bean founder Leon Leonwood Bean and either president or chairman of the company for 46 years. Outside of L.L.Bean, Gorman was known for his charitable pursuits. For this remembrance, we turned to Gorman’s friend Mark Swann, executive director of Portland’s Preble Street resource center for homelessness, hunger, and poverty.