One of southern Maine’s oldest summer resorts keeps one eye cocked carefully on the past. By Davis Thomas.
Everything you’ll ever need to know about your old friend, Homarus americanus. By Bruce Ballenger.
The Vinalhaven Factor
Pat Nick’s secret weapon in the highly competitive world of fine arts prints is an island in Penobscot Bay. By Beth Crichlow.
New Life for a Summer Camp
On the scenic Phippsburg peninsula, architect Steven Foote turned a derelict summer camp into a splendid seasonal residence. By Liz Blanchard.
My First Bass
It came from Lovewell Pond, and the Reverend Jack Jordan was my guide. By David Morine.
Maine provides fertile ground for a bountiful crop of summer wildflowers. Photographs by Robin Lovell.
The Call of the Sea
Searching for a vanished wildemess, Gib Philbrick stumbled upon his roots while sailing in Maine’s coastal waters. By James P. Brown.
Vintage Fashion in Island Falls?
Yes, and other curious Maine museums feature theatrical memorabilia, water pumps, fine fossils, and antique woodstoves. By Ellen MacDonaldWard.
Faces in a Landscape
Armed with a camera and boundless energy, photographer Neal Parent has spent years hunting the quintessential Maine image.
Making It In Maine
Canvas, clocks, and gold — three more success stories from the Pine Tree State.
Room With a View
I always thought that an egg sunny-side- up on a piece of toast was a splendid sight on the breakfast table, but I realize now it’s an obsolete setting and one that does no credit to anyone. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Gouldsboro
200 Years of Solitude
The Maine Viewpoint
Along the Waterfront
Winter Harbor Revival
Down East Bookshelf
Marsden Hartley by Gail Scott
Top of the Month
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
The Secret of Journey’s End
Cover: On the beach at Biddeford Pool, by Joe Devenney.