Nowhere in Maine is basketball fever quite as rampant as in the fishing communities of Jonesport and neighboring Beals Island way down east. By Michael Brosnan.
The snow-covered grounds of Livermore’s Norlands Living History Center turn into a winter wonderland during its annual Sleigh Rally. Photographs by Jeffrey Stevensen.
The Persistence of Memory
At eighty-seven, William Thon still works at recording his unique vision of the Maine coast. By Margot McWilliams.
The Grand Adventure
Young Mabel Wass, from tum-of-the-century Addison, had never even seen a train before she boarded one to spend Christmas in Boston with her seafaring husband. By Philmore Wass.
Winter in fishing villages like Port Clyde is a slow-tempo interlude between the seasonal pulling up and setting out of lobstering gear. It can also be a time of great beauty. Color photographs by Thomas Mark Szelog.
Room With a View
Running the St. John River on the spring freshet, skiing and hiking in the western mountains, getting lost in the North Woods, boating among the spruce-thronged islands of Penobscot Bay — and writing about it all — have been high points of my tenure. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Belfast
The Maine Viewpoint
Going the Way of the Cod
Down East Bookshelf
Our Own Snug Fireside by Jane C. Nylander
Along the Waterfront
Boatbuilders of Boothbay
Scores of ‘Roaders’
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Cover: The great snow-roller at Norlands is but one of the many horse-drawn vehicles that participate in the annual Norlands Sleigh Rally. Photograph by Jeffrey Stevensen.