The Bittersweet Joys of Christmases Past
Kennebunk’s Salt students interview their lively elders.
No Place To Hide
The Portland String Quartet finds that humor helps. By George and Martha Weir.
Herbs for the Holidays
Horticulturist Nancy Czak cultivates an industry. By Lucy Hartmann.
A Christmas Tree That Sings
Augusta’s amateur vocalists carol in the season.
A Born Giveaway Kind of Man
Uncle Bunty breaks the ice at Christmas. By Margaret Hammel.
Wonderful Toys of Yesteryear
Once childhood delights, they’re now collector’s gems. By Patricia Anne Reed.
Carrying Ice to Rio
A shipmaster’s wife tells of gales and doldrums. By Dorothea Moulton Balano.
Room With A View
Christmas goes with Maine as naturally drawn butter goes with lobster. One somehow gets the feeling that they were meant for each other. By Caskie Stinnett.
Traveling Down East
St. Patrick’s Church at Newcastle
Loggin’ My Way Through College
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Down East Bookshelf
Sailor Historian: The Best of Samuel Eliot Morison Beck
Care Asked in Ice Fishing with Live Bait
Cover: “Winter in Southwest Harbor” (18″ x 24″), oil on canvas by Tom Schenk. Mr. Schenk has a gallery open to the public in Southwest Harbor.