When he thinks of particularly significant Maine places, the artist's mind goes to an iconic portage in the Penobscot watershed.
Maine issues its first-ever unicorn permit, the Steller’s sea eagle returns to Vacationland, and more.
The Oscar-nominated director finds the essence of community at the Rockport post office.
Sugarloaf starts carving out new trails, Marden’s closes one of its stores, an exhibition for a Maine musician Dick Curless opens, and more.
The Maine Coast Heritage Trust president and CEO has fond memories of jumping off Blue Hill's Falls Bridge.
Maine elects its first Black Speaker of the House, Bangor High School offers a new Mi’kmaw language course, and more.
Residents of the Canadian isle depend on neighboring Lubec (and the goodwill of border agents) for everyday needs.
After funding issues ceased production in 2020, residents hatched a plan to resurrect the Harpswell Anchor.
The midcoast musician loves to get outside at Jefferson’s 1,000-acre Hidden Valley Nature Center.
How people decide which causes to support can be summed up in a short sentence: people give to people.
Construction begins on Maine’s largest solar farm, a revitalization project at Big Moose Mountain is on indefinite hold, and more.
Former merchant marine Jay Sawyer memorializes the crew of the ill-fated cargo ship.