More Down East readers than ever voted in our annual Readers’ Choice poll, dishing on all their Maine favorites — from oysters to orchards and hotels to harbors. As always, we have a few picks of our own. How did your favorites do?
Wilcox bows have a reputation among archers for beauty and function. He builds each one to suit its owner, taking into account the user’s height and strength.
For author Ron Currie, childhood summers on McGrath Pond are the stuff of memories— wistful, fickle, and poignant.
Maine is home to some 3,400 lakes — Let our handy guide to our favorite 1 percent of them help you find the one that’s right for you.
Perhaps animals gave us our first lesson in aesthetics, and that’s why we scrawled their images onto cave walls.
The Great Maine Scavenger Hunt is back, sending Down East readers out to explore all 35,385 square miles of Maine — from mountains to sea, from potato fields to city streets — in pursuit of the best Maine summer ever.
Maine’s wild islands number in the thousands and are among the state’s crown jewels — and now more than ever, their conservation is key to preserving Maine’s essence.
A Bangor restaurant steeped in Maine political lore rides again.
The artsy midcoast town clusters a lot of fun and funky retail on just a few streets.