North by East
Opinions and advisories on a new Bangor market, the disappearance of snow fences, and the demise of Camden’s oldest drugstore.
Getting to the Point
Finding Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge is no simple matter, but in winter this little-known sanctuary is wide open to hikers, snowshoers, and cross-country skiers. By Andrew Vietze.
In the Heat of the Night
For some twenty years, Mainers of every stripe have been heading to the Richmond Sauna to sweat out the winter. Edgar Allen Beem visited the laid-back landmark to find out why.
An unusual montage captures the spectacle of Gulf Hagas in midwinter. Photography by Peter Doty.
Where in Maine?
An opulent chamber fit for the manse of a Bangor lumber baron or a Portland merchant prince is actually in a well-known public building.
The Maine World of Yasuo Kuniyoshi
The early Ogunquit paintings of this Japanese American, now on display in Portland, show he was no mere tourist. By Elizabeth Peavey.
Making It In Maine
Three more success stories from the Pine Tree State.
A sturdy Maine ship jousts with an iceberg while rounding the Horn in 1893 — and sails home to show off her scars. By William David Barry.
Room With A View
It’s a pleasure to see a town preparing for its summer visitors and all of is energy flowing into a common channel rather than trying to be a little bit of everything at once. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Limestone
Maine’s Toughest High School
The Maine Viewpoint
Selling Wells Beach
Dining Down East
Pilot’s Grill, Bangor
Down East Bookshelf
North Woods Nazis
Along the Waterfront
My Craziest College Feat
Cover: Schoodic Point, by Stephen Gassman.