Looking to relocate? Or maybe just like to daydream about it? We’ve picked eight of Maine’s most welcoming towns and cities.
It’s been 40 years since “Garden Song” made David Mallett’s reputation as a songwriter. After 16 albums, an identity crisis or two, and a decade in a changing Nashville, Maine’s earnest balladeer is digging deeper than ever. By Brian Kevin.
From lobstermen to food-truck vendors, more and more Mainers are betting that seaweed will soon become a staple of the American diet. Dulse grilled cheese, anyone? By Rob Sneddon.
Can you identify this North Woods hideaway?
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North by East
Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine
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A Visit to Maine’s Newest Communal Island Retreat
What’s in a Picture
Rescue at Sea
Jim Wright is Evah Vigilant
The Down East Environmental Award: Ogunquit Leads the Way
Living the Maine Life
Fit to Be Tied
What to Do in Maine This Month
Rustic Overtones’ Mood Box
Maine Jewish Film Festival
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From Our Archives
March 1958. A look back at Down East fifty-seven years ago.
Cover: Cape Porpoise by Cara Slifka.