Sea Glass Creation
An excerpt from A Passion for Sea Glass by C.S. Lambert. By: C.S. Lambert
Where in Maine
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25 Things Every Mainer Should Know
We admit it. We dozed a bit through Civics class. For those who did likewise we offer this brush-up on essential knowledge about the Pine Tree State. By: Colin Woodard
From small-town beginnings in Maine, Samantha Appleton has become one of the world’s foremost crisis photographers. By: Edgar Allen Beem
Bert and I at Fifty
A Down East humor classic celebrates its golden anniversary. By: Edgar Allen Beem
What’s So Funny About Maine?
If you want laughs, you’ve come to the right place. Maine has developed a distinctive brand of humor that’s as much a part of the state’s identity as Bean boots and lobster bibs. By: Rob Sneddon
A Very Crafty Town
Spend a day in Bowdoinham, and you might think you’ve wandered into Maine’s creative epicenter. By: Edgar Allen Beem
Recognize this snow-covered mountain?
This revered section of the Appalachian Trail looms large over the gold course below.
Musings from Maine
Down East’s editors discuss Maine wolves, free muffins, Daggett Rock, and more.
House of Cards
What mischief has Seth Carey wrought? By: Jeff Clark
Letters to the Editor
Readers respond to “Where in Maine?” and other articles.
Editor in Chief Paul Doiron takes a look at two legends of Maine humor. By: Paul Doiron
A neglected family cemetery in Arrowsic has brought out my inner sleuth. By: Ken Textor
November Editors’ Picks
Events not to miss in the month of November.
A guide to the trees of Maine.
Best Sellers, Low Season
Acclaimed authors descend on the midcoast each November for the Maine Literary Festival. By: Kristen Lindquist
The Maine Viewpoint
Editorial opinions from across the state.
Help for the Holidays
Cooking classes come to Stonewall Kitchen headquarters.
A surgery in Portland was a surprisingly messy affair more than a century ago. By: Joshua F. Moore
Buon Appetito in Bangor
Traditional Roman fare makes its way to Hammond Street. By: Kathleen Fleury