Mr. Morse’s Maine Summer House
Portland’s Victoria Mansion still dazzles visitors after more than 100 years as New England’s most elaborate townhouse. By Edgar Allen Beem.
Making It In Maine
Four more success stories from the Pine Tree State.
Here Lies Fort Pentagoet
Archaeologists are digging up intriguing bits of Castine history at the mouth of the Bagaduce. By Gail Norris.
Rangeley’s One-Man Publishing Dynamo
Only one internationally known author lives at Beaver Mountain Lake. By Jeanette K. Cakouros.
Some Notes on Fog
An island dweller ponders the crotchety character of Maine fog. By David E. Outerbridge.
Rare old photographs from a lost album recall a gentlemen’s outing to Moosehead Lake in 1898.
Acadia National Park’s best-kept secret is located on a rockbound peninsula across Frenchman’s Bay. Photographs by Kip Brundage.
A Stroll Through Corea
Reflections by a summer resident on a fishing village that is nothing fancy but very special. By William Hanson.
Encounter with a Living Fossil
A nature writer considers the horseshoe crab. By Elizabeth Cary Pierson.
Room With A View
I am better acquainted with island life than most people and can recognize how easy it is to run into trouble when trying to balance the needs of one group with the wants of another. By Caskie Stinnett.
Down East Bookshelf
Garden of Malice and In Another Country by Susan Kenney
North by East
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
Along the Waterfront
Sailing Blind in the Thorfare
Record Flowage is a Boom for Anglers
Bumping Into Gene Tunney at South Bristol
Cover: “Lighthouse Fence” (22″ x 30″), oil on canvas, by Allen Blagden. A Connecticut resident who frequently visits Maine, Mr. Blagden, 45, is represented by Kennedy Galleries in New York City.