Reworking Old Masters
For artists Michael Walek and Pat Hardy, the task at hand is the faithful restoration of ornate Victorian decor in splendid old homes from Maine to Massachusetts. By Louise Tragard.
Marooned in Penobscot Bay during a raging storm, clammer Bo Curtis for twenty-seven hours clung to an icy buoy — and life. By Gunnar Hansen.
The Man Who Discovered Edgar Allen Poe
Editor, portrait painter, Iawyer, amateur pugilist — Portland-born novelist John Neal led a life of uninterrupted adventure. By W.D. Barry and R. Dominic.
The Ducks of Winter
February and March are prime times for duck watching as more than a score of wild species flock to the Maine coast. By Elizabeth Cary Pierson.
Making It In Maine
Three more success stories from the Pine Tree State .
Signs of Winter
Ice-fishing shacks, snowmobile tracks, and early sunsets connote the season. Color photographs by Joe Devenney.
The Fox Who Came to Dinner
The dean of Maine’s outdoorsmen meets up with an unlikely dinner guest who promptly invites himself again. By Gene Letourneau.
Room With A View
Going to Cundys Harbor by boat I always passed the two ghost ships and, as it often happens, curiosity began to nourish fantasy. By Caskie Stinnett.
Down East Bookshelf
In Search of the ‘Real’ Maine
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Kennebec Alewives and Shad Project
Along the Waterfront
Maine Dory Heads for the Antarctic
Skiing Down the Kennebec
Cover: “Chickadee Farm” (22″ x 30″), watereolor, by Don Stone, a member of the National Academy of Design and the American Watercolor Society. Mr. Stone is a resident of Kennebunkport whose work may be seen in Maine at Hobe Sound Galleries North in Portland.