Christmas in the Kennebunks
Few towns in Maine get as wrapped up in the holidays as these two resort communities on the southern coast. By Beth Crichlow.
The Littlest Critic
Only a twelve-year-old Maine girl could give England’s greatest novelist the dickens. By Kate Douglas Wiggins.
The Hall Family Tree
Since 1931 Don Hall and his family in Sangerville have been selling Christmas trees, an enterprise that saved the family farm. By Jeff Clark.
The Great Doughnut Debate
In the grim prewar days of 1940-41, Camden tickled the nation’s funnybone with its claim to fame as birthplace of the man who “invented” the doughnut hole. By James P. Brown.
Piper Prince of the Cranberry lsles
With an engaging smile, an easy-going manner, and a gift for storytelling, artist Ashley Bryan has enchanted children everywhere. By Carl Little.
Room With A View
Rachel Carson touches words like a harpist touching strings. Not only is her spirit bright and filled with the love of life itself but her touch is sure. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Presque Isle
Miracle of Main Street
Down East Bookshelf
The Maine Reader edited by Charles Samuella Shain
The Maine Viewpoint
Reining in the Teens
Along the Waterfront
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Cover: Kennebunk’s historic First Parish Church at Christmastime. By Brian Vanden Brink.