We checked in with five trail stewards, from all walks of life, who help make Maine’s 282 miles of trail a wilderness experience like no other.
In the chilly coastal waters off Cutler, America’s oldest border skirmish continues apace.
The loon call so hauntingly transcends its purpose. The sound is full of eerie seeking, as of a lost soul for a lost world.
Orthodoxy isn’t the point when world-class performers play Mount Vernon’s Independence Day pops concert.
Just because students leave for vacation doesn’t mean Maine’s colleges and universities shut down. Here are four don’t-miss events happening in July.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from March.
Aislinn Sarnacki’s climb from copy desk intern to Maine trail guru.
Can you name this much-visited stretch of shoreline?
It’s an intoxicating time, this season of marching headlong into summer, and we have four flower-filled events to fill your senses with it.
From windswept islands in a warming Gulf of Maine, photographer Derrick Z. Jackson documents Maine’s puffin colonies in intimate, dazzling detail.
We spent the evening talking aquaculture and eating the freshest, most delicious oysters you can find while the sun set over the Camden Hills.
A stop-by-stop road map to everything the Pine Tree State has to offer when the sun is shining. Join us on the hunt for the best Maine summer ever.