North By East
Opinions and musings on Deer Isle’s unique Congo church(es), Portland’s promising new marketplace, and Maine’s reluctant tobacco mogul.
This odd little upcountry river is never livelier than in springtime, and even auto-bound explorers can enjoy the spectacle. By Andrew Vietze.
One Sweet Game
At Hadlock Field in Portland, baseball is played the way it was meant to be – and the fans eat it up. By Al Diamon.
From Bangor to Boston, classic wooden fences designed and built by Ron Forest grace many an upscale yard. By Jeff Clark.
The Ultimate Bridal Boutique
Maine’s most unlikely shop for brides is located upstairs at Hussey’s General Store in Windsor, where you can also buy custom-cut meats, guns, lawnmowers, washboards, and Wheaties. By Sarah Goodyear.
Laying Claim to Monhegan
Unless you’re an islander, a cottager, or a painter, there’s only one way to gain some stature on this storybook isle: hike around the entire chunk of land. By Elizabeth Peavey.
Washday on Matinicus
A seemingly candid portrait of a mundane chore is more artful than it appears. By Ellen MacDonald Ward.
The Farnsworth at Fifty
A full-color commemorative program for the June 21 opening of Farnsworth Art Museum’s remarkable new Center for the Wyeth Family in Maine.
Room With A View
A man who serves his guest lobster is moving beyond the bounds of conventional hospitality. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Maine
The Right Stuff
The Maine Viewpoint
A Vacation on Vinalhaven
Dining Down East
Slate’s of Hallowell
Down East Bookshelf
Along the Waterfront
Another ‘Old Gaffer’
Cover: Monhegan village,with Manana Island beyond, by Dean Abramson.