Musings and advisories on the sudden vogue of Shaker music, the return of home grocery delivery, and the right way to say “Bath.”
The Kittery Nobody Knows
Eclipsed by a wildly popular strip of factory outlets and overshadowed by a huge old shipyard, the quiet village of Kittery Point is usually found only by people who aren’t looking for it. By Andrew Vietze.
Confessions of a Reluctant Snowmobiler
After years of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, I rented a snow machine and gave it a try. By Ken Textor.
Manna for Mainers
A good donut is hard to find. Except in Rockland. By Christopher Corbett.
Orono’s Unavowed Visionary
Although he claims he has no blueprint for the future of the University of Maine, President Fred Hutchinson has been redefining its role from the day he took over. By Jeff Clark.
Top of the Winter
Height of Land’s awe-inspiring panorama is but one of the midwinter attractions of Route 17. Another is moose. By Matthew P. Mayo.
The Shop of a Thousand Voices
At Orphan Annie’s in Aubum, the past speak — and in some cases it just won’t shut up. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
Long before refrigerators were even novelties, ice was a cool cash crop, as a none-too-old photograph recalls. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
Room With A View
It is encouraging to know that readers would like to extend their relationship with the writer, but if the latter is uncommunicative it is usually that he or she is preoccupied trying to do even better work next time. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Wellington
Battle of Wellington
The Maine Viewpoint
The Snows of Agamenticus
Down East Bookshelf
As the Earth Turns by Gladys Hasty Carroll
Along the Waterfront
A Born Boatbuilder
Blizzard of ’33
Cover: Kittery Point, overlooking Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, by Brian Vanden Brink.