“Like the turkey vultures, I had come to Maine to make myself a good life.”
After 50 years, the exuberant ringleader of a Wells summer tradition is hanging up his hat.
New exhibitions reflect on the creative impact of three Maine arts colonies.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard on his company’s role in undamming the Kennebec River.
Two thumbs way up! Ken Eisen is the man behind the 100-film slate — and A-list special guests — at the Maine International Film Festival. (Just don’t tell him you like superhero movies.)
Three Maine crafters who can teach you a lesson.
Yoga on the Lawn, Summer Sunsets, and more, this summer at Thompson’s Point. See what’s happening at the Point!
Make a new canine friend in Maine and chances are high that she is from away, as our dog-crazy state is one of the most common destinations for southern rescue dogs. To understand why, Kathryn Miles joined a van full of Maine-bound mutts.
The backyard-chicken craze hatches a flock of creative products.