Why Wait? Make this your best summer ever with our guide to the season’s top Moxie-themed festivals, flash-mob chamber music, $100 million art collections, and so much more.
With its unexpected locavores’ menu, Nebo Lodge is driving a small-farm renaissance on North Haven. By Virginia M. Wright
Where the Wild Things Are
Once the State Game Farm on the brink of closure, the Maine Wildlife Park has become a haven for animals and humans alike. By Kim Ridley
Long, Strange, Lonely Trail
Hiking Maine’s Leg of the (Incredibly Long, and Still Lengthening) International Appalachian Trail. By Robert Moor
Where in Maine?
Can you identify this historic farm?
The first place I saw a coyote.
Letters to the editor
What’s your top summer destination?
How Maine became synonymous with ‘the way life should be.’
What’s in a Picture?
A Peaks Island Gem
The town of Byron recoils at a bid to require every household to own a gun.
Talk of Maine
With four new hotels in the past ten years and four more on the way, some wonder if there will be more rooms than the city can fill.
Wood from Wiscasset’s famous grounded schooners lends richness and character to a custom kitchen.
A New Twist on Old Things
After a career spent creating images for high-powered clients, Leslie Evans launched her own brand with a nostalgic line of fabric and paper products.
A thunderstorm and hungry raccoons conspire to make an island camping trip a night to remember.
Prelude to a Season at Sea
In her latest book, Annie Mahle, owner of the schooner J. & E. Riggin, shares recipes, crafts, and stories about life on the coast of Maine.
Communal Dining in Yarmouth
Down East Horror Show
Actress and director Katie Aselton comes back home to Washington County to film the thriller Black Rock.
Photographer David Stess takes to the wild blueberry barrens to record the daily life of the harvesting crews.
Lady Lamb makes her national debut with some familiar tunes.
Fisherman Linda Greenlaw tackles a new and unexpected challenge — motherhood.
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From Our Archives: May 1989
A Look Back at Down East Twenty-Four Years Ago