Images of Times Past
Rare color photographs of early Maine life. By Marius B. Péladeau.
More Bounty from the Ocean
Rockweed makes for an uncommon business. By Anne Weber.
All About Skunks
Antisocial perhaps, but useful nonetheless. By Anne S. Bittker.
A Bangor crafts cooperative that works. By Jay Davis.
Rocky cliffs and a lesson in lamp lighting. By Carol McCabe.
Lady Pepperrell House
A little lady’s big extravagance survives in Kittery. By Margot Phillips.
The Young Man and the Sea
An epic struggle with a giant broadbill. By Robert Nealey.
Changing Face of the Allagash
Photographic essay by Lynn Franklin.
The Wonderful Observing Machine
Moody’s tower dominated the Portland waterfront. By Charles B. Fobes.
Coping with keen appetites and a wood stove. By Lois Lowry.
Room With A View
While L.L. Bean has been fashionable with me for a number of years, I was stunned to learn that it had been embraced by the jet set, and it stirred anew a free-floating anxiety I have possessed for some time. Is Maine becoming chic? By Caskie Stinnett.
North By East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Down East Bookshelf
Runestruck by Calvin Trillin
Good Season Seen for Atlantic Salmon Fishing
Cover: “Blacksmith Shop, West New Portland,” c. 1902, a hand-colored photograph By Chansonetta Stanley Emmons.