With snowmobiles, sled dog races, and plow parades, Fort Kent embraces the cold. Here’s why you should embrace Fort Kent. By Virginia M. Wright
Nothing beats wood heat in the depths of a Maine winter. We extol the humble woodstove. By Michael Burke
The year was 1984. The drug was cocaine. The setting was the last place anyone expected. Go deep behind the headlines of a legendary Maine drug bust. By Brian Kevin
We asked physicians all across the state: who would you go to see if you were under the weather? The votes are in. Meet Maine’s doctor-recommended doctors.
Where in Maine?
Can you identify this sleeping harbor?
Yearning for a Woodstove
Letters to the Editor
What You Said
Describe your relationship with your woodstove.
North by East
Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine
Down East Dispatches
News You May Have Missed
What’s in a Picture
The Annual Migration of the Bathing Girl
Should Maine Adopt Atlantic Time?
Commentary from around Maine
20 Questions About Maine Charter Schools
Living the Maine Life
Tiny Home, Tony Feel
Cafe Miranda Cookbook
Heat, Play, Love
Room With a View
What to Do in Maine This Month
Thistle Pig, South Berwick
The Essential Danby
Go here. Do this. See that.
From Our Archives
January 1993. A look back at Down East twenty-two years ago.
Cover: Wood Hauling, with Willow by Hillary Steinau.