The Bushes at Kennebunkport
Summers at Walker’s Point are a family affair for the First Family. Color photographs by White House photographer David Valdez.
The House that Bert Built
George Bush’s grandfather built the house the President and his family now call home. In fact, he built two — on a site then called Point Vesuvius. By Jeff Clark.
Just Passin’ Through
Earth Dog, Spirit Walker, Duffle Bag Tim — and others like them — all have one thing in common: they are through hikers on the Appalachian Trail. By Robert F. Baldwin.
A stonecutter’s son from Vinalhaven Island, concert pianist Leonard Hokanson returns each summer to cultivate his roots. By Beth Crichlow and Robert F. Baldwin.
It was fifty years ago this summer that Andrew Wyeth first met Alvaro and Christina Olson. By Davis Thomas.
Keeper of the Flame
Over the last half dozen years on her summer estate, Betsy Collier has restored Bar Harbor’s sole surviving Beatrix Farrand garden. By Jane Lamb.
A Penobscot in Paris
Born Mary Alice Nelson on Indian Island, Mollie Spotted Elk danced her way to fame in New York and Paris during the Roaring Twenties. By Bunny McBride.
Dawn to Dusk
A photographer captures the drama of sunrise and sundown — down east. Photographs by Kip Brundage.
Secrets of the Pine Tree Hunting Club
First, and foremost, was the mystery of George Kennedy’s fox bait. By John Gould.
The Anchorage, at Seal Harbor, enters its sixth decade as an architectural landmark on the coast of Maine. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
Making It In Maine
Maine-woven cloth, manors for pets, and organically grown herbs, three more success stories from the Pine Tree State.
Room With a View
For some reason that mystifies me, weather is, or seems to be, more important in Maine than it does anywhere else I have been. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Acadia
The Maine Viewpoint
Old Boy Network
Letter from Upcountry
Along the Waterfront
Cruising Along at Eighty
Down East Bookshelf
Maine Speaks: An Anthology of Maine Literature
Top of the Month
End of an Era
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Strike Three in Jonesport
Cover: Photograph by David Valdez.