North by East
Opinions and advisories on the new fence at Pemaquid, the new policy at the Colony, and the new action at Montpelier.
Dawn’s Earliest Light
As America’s easternmost city, Eastport is always the first to greet the day -just one of the reasons people are trekking Down East. By Andrew Vietze.
It’s a Barn Raising!
Furniture maker Ann Flannery figured the most sensible way to build a new barn on her Topsham spread was to invite 100 friends over and see what happened. She was not disappointed. Photographs by Tonee Harbert.
Testing the Tides at Popham
Surfcasting for stripers draws a legion of anglers to the beach in September.
In the Heart of Baxter
Only campers willing to hike for miles ever see Russell Pond, but most agree it’s the ultimate destination in Baxter State Park. By Andrew Vietze.
My Cottage at Dark Harbor
Okay, I don’t really own it, but every time my husband and I stay at the elegant Dark Harbor House, we feel as though we do. By Deborah Dalfonso.
Making It In Maine
Making canes, creating kaleidoscopes, and forging knives — three crafty success stories from the Pine Tree State.
Monhegan or Bust
Sculling the fourteen nautical miles between Tenants Harbor and Monhegan would be a stellar way to mark my sixtieth year. Or so I thought. By George Carey.
An early photograph shows just how well-linked to the rest of the world Gardiner was in the 1890s. By Ellen Mac Donald Ward.
Trips Down East
A special forty-eight-page guide to the wonders of autumn in Maine complete with maps and itineraries.
Room With a View
Don’t try to tell me that a laundromat isn’t a place of mystery. By Caskie Stinnett.
The Talk of Penobscot Bay
Sears Island: What Now?
The Maine Viewpoint
Starry, Starry Sights
Down East Bookshelf
Dining Down East
Café Stroudwater, Portland
Along the Waterfront
Cover: Eastport, by Brian Vanden Brink.