Rx For Survival
Scientists work to save the Maine eagle. By Dava Sobel.
In Praise of the Country Store
Years ago, it satisfied far more than earthly needs. By Lew Dietz.
A landlubber editor fishes in troubled waters. By David Jay.
Stalking the Wild Mushroom
The confessions of a mycophiliac. By Leslie Land.
Phippsburg’s Master Weaver
Anda Bijhouwer is a one-woman cottage industry. By Gloria Hutchinson.
The Way Back to Zion Hill
An argument for agricultural self-sufficiency. By John N. Cole.
Gem of a Gallery, Way Down East
Selling fine art at the tip of Cape Split. By Anne Weber.
Last of the Down Easters
Maine’s baldheaded schooner barges. By Robert H. Farson.
Paradise on the Sheepscot By Mary Bolté.
La Fanfare Painchaud
Maine’s oldest band plays on in Biddeford. By Joyce Butler.
Room With A View
I have high hopes that someday the true repellent will be discovered and I say let’s get on with the research, even at the cost of one neutron warhead. Odd as it may strike the government, I am more interested in killing black flies and mosquitoes than I am in killing people. By Caskie Stinnett.
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Down East Bookshelf
Argyle Boom by Edward D. Ives
The Electric Farm at Minot
Rafting and Canoeing Very Popular in Maine
Cover: “Cranberrying on Monhegan,” (24″ x 18″), watercolor by Robert M. Chace of Rye, N.H. Mr. Chace spend his summers as artist in residence at Wentworth-By-The Sea in Portsmouth, showing at the Ship’s Gallery there.