Winds of change have blown ever so softly through this Medomak River town over the last fifty years, but more than a few residents will tell you that suits them just fine. By Jeff Clark.
On Daicey Pond
For Gabe and Marcia Williamson, an idyllic basin beneath Mount Katahdin in remote Baxter State Park is more than a vacation destination — it’s home. By Andrew Vietze.
Edsel Ford’s Bright ldea
Six months after Pearl Harbor, the canny auto magnate hatched an ingenious scheme to keep an army of Mount Desert Islanders employed during the war. By Letitia Baldwin.
An Oriental Oasis in Ogunquit
In the midst of a busy resort town, Louesa Gillespie’s shade garden is filled with magnificent plants and intriguing paradoxes. By Jane Lamb.
Charting a Wilderness
Rare drawings of the trackless North Woods resurface after 150 years. By William David Barry and Geraldine Tidd Scott.
Where in Maine?
So you think you know Maine. Here’s an island that only comes to life in summer. Been there?
Winning Back the Bluebirds
Thanks to a network of dedicated volunteers, these perky little bug-eaters are returning to barnyards and backyards across the state. By Paul Karr.
Everywhere, the Sea
Virtually all the art produced on Monhegan Island over the last century is colored by the bold Atlantic, as a major new show and large new book amply demonstrate.
It was a memorable day in 1938 when Pilot beat out Blueberry Joe. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
Room With A View
Since I write ravel essays for a living, I must travel a great deal, and I’ve found the world of travel to be the fountainhead of some of the most highly creative and sublime nonsense that can be found outside an opium parlor. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Bolsters Mills
Apple Blossom Time
The Maine Viewpoint
Down East Bookshelf
Country Living, Country Dying: A Maine Entertainment by Able Jones
Along the Waterfront
Cape Dory Comeback
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.