Stay on a secluded island and explore the Maine coast the way you choose. Opt for a rugged camping trip or stay in the newly updated cozy lodge. Join us on a Down East Adventure!
Portland’s freewheeling festival — christened with an Inuit word meaning “What is it?” — gets even more eclectic in year two.
In our era of binging on full seasons of hour-long television shows, tackling an eight-episode short-form series should be a piece of cake. Right?
Do you love Maine oysters? Jeff Metzmaker of Gay Island Oysters Farm delivers and prepares his oysters to selected trips on our Down East Adventures. He often stays to enjoy a few of his tasty mollusks and share a few good stories.
Nowhere is the sense of suspended time more pronounced than a Maine summer place in the heart of winter.
Maine is a cross-country skier’s Shangri-La, and this list of our 10 favorite Nordic destinations proves it.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from December.
In this darkest month of the year, we offer a visual tribute to all things luminous.
A Portland-based klezmer band hammers out a toe-tapping tradition.
From “Icy Thrills & Spills” in our December 1992 issue.
Can you guess the name of this lobstering islet and its beloved seafood shack?
New England historic preservation isn’t just about clapboard and cobblestones anymore.