North By East
Opinions and musings on Cape Elizabeth’s wildlife, Cliff Island’s pluckiness, and Cindy Blodgett’s superstardom.
A group of seasoned trekkers found out why officials at Baxter State Park are so strict in deciding who can attempt to climb Maine’s tallest mountain in winter. By Andrew Vietze.
Dog Days in Fort Kent
One weekend every February the lively little town up north goes to the dogs – and everyone has even more fun than usual. By Elizabeth Peavey.
Although he lived among the loggers and trappers of the North Woods, Carl Sprinchorn was an artist of the first order, as the art world is only now coming to realize. By Edgar Allen Beem.
Tamest Bird in the Woods
If it weren’t so comical, the incorrigibly amiable Canada jay might be a nuisance. By Kristen Lindquist.
Haven in Winter
Quietude and community reign in Boothbay Harbor during the off-season. Photographs by Sara Gray.
Remember the ‘Maine’!
A historic photograph immortalizes the sole visit the ill-fated battleship made to her namesake state.
Room With A View
I was told a few days ago that “Casco Bay” will probably be my new address, and I wonder whose moment of glory this vacuity represents. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Maine
Never on Sunday
The Maine Viewpoint
Dining Down East
Roast Duckling in Raymond
Down East Bookshelf
The Forest for the Trees
Along the Waterfront
Sabre’s New Length
My Secret Escapade
Cover: Mount Katahdin, by Richard Giguere.