The vitality of one Mount Desert Island villag rests on the ties that bind locals and summer folk.
Maine’s poet laureate on the library at Livermore’s Washburn-Norlands Living History Center.
Pet-friendly college dorm rooms, Maine’s first electric-powered public transportation, and more.
Thanks to a shared love of place, summer folk and locals can communicate across what are sometimes vastly different experiences.
Plans for the world’s largest flagpole, Stephen King’s controversial salmon recipe, and more.
When she’s back in Maine, find the space archaeologist picnicking on MDI’s Seal Harbor Beach.
In the far northern stronghold of Acadian culture, it’s getting rarer to hear “Valley French,” once more common than English. What’s at stake if it’s lost?
A by-the-numbers look at what’s gone into saving the decommissioned lifesaving station.
The larger-than-life mascot has resolutely watched over the evolution of Maine’s fishing economy — and evolved with it.
The Nite Show host loves to escape to Camp Natarswi, where no one is on YouTube or TikTok.
Maine’s oldest drive-in closes, roaming bison temporarily shut down two ski centers, a moose attack during the Can-Am Crown, and more.
Civic slogans from around the Pine Tree State, ranked for credibility and style.