For half a century Lew Dietz has ranged the Maine outdoors collecting lore for his books and articles and studying the many faces of the Maine character. By James P. Brown.
The way it was: life during the long season. Photographs by Kosti Ruohomaa.
Toys for Adults
Bryce Muir’s whimsical wood creations fetch grown-up prices and allow him the occasional luxury of a little tomfoolery. By Beth Crichlow.
Deep in the North Woods and five miles from the nearest plowed road, innkeepers Bert and Maggie McBurnie look forward to their thirty-second consecutive winter together at Chesuncook Lake. By Wayne Curtis.
Versailles in Maine?
In his Camden home, master craftsman Hany Smith recreated a room from the palace of Louis XV. By Elizabeth M. Houdlette.
The majestic white pine is Maine’s true Christmas tree. Color photographs by Joe Devenney.
Plum Pudding To the Rescue!
An old family recipe for a rich holiday cake has made all the difference for one small church in Dexter. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
One hundred forty years ago this November, the Bath ship Hanover was dashed to pieces on the Kennebec shore dooming her crew in full sight of their family and friends. By Robert Lloyd Webb.
Room With a View
I care a great deal about animals, and I think their continued existence in the ravaged environment we have created is almost a miracle. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Brownville Junction
The ‘Atlantic’ Wins a Reprieve
The Maine Viewpoint
Maine’s Drug of Choice
Letter from Upcountry
Bringing Home the Tree
Along the Waterfront
Down East Bookshelf
Maine’s Natural Heritage by Dean Bennett
Top of the Month
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Command Performance on Mount Desert
Cover: White pines at Christmastide, by Joe Devenney.