One Woman’s Trash
Negotiating a flea market is a delicate balance between junk and jewels.
- By: Elizabeth Peavey
- Illustrations by: Marguerite Robichaux
Crafted with Care
The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts not only produces incredible artisans and artists, it is an ever-evolving, artistic creation itself.
- By: Kim Ridley
The Bird Artist
One of Maine’s best birders is only seventeen.
- By: Kim Ridley
Cutler never changes much. That’s one of the things people love about it.
- By: Virginia M. Wright
12 Lakes for Swimming
Some of the best places to hit the beach in Maine are inland.
Here are the ten birds Mainers love best.
Fairy Tale Pups
These canine actors were nearly as famous as the roles they were playing in Rangeley.
- By: Joshua F. Moore
Where in Maine?
Photograph by Moe Chen
Cleaning Up the Turnpike
Can Peter Mills save the disgraced Maine Turnpike Authority?
- By: Colin Woodard
A new light read expounds on all things Maine through entertaining text and pictures.
Summer and Squid
On certain nights the harbor is visited by creatures of the deep.
- By: Kristen Lindquist
Letters to the Editor
North by East
Cartoon by Jamie Smith
An agricultural tradition in the County is on borrowed time.
Portland’s Petite Perfection
Longfellow Square’s new posh bistro offers classic French cuisine in a casual, Parisian setting.
- By: Michaela Cavallaro
- Photography by: Mark Fleming
Pizza on the Move
Next time you hit the farmers’ markets in Union, Camden, or Rockland, be sure to pick up a pizza along with your salad greens and tomatoes. Uproot Pie Co. (firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-370-1568), of Union, travels to these local farmers’ markets with a complete wood-fired pizza oven in tow. For $7 to $9 you can enjoy a fresh nine-inch pie made with ingredients from many of the farmers selling goods and produce at the market.
Where were you when four hijacked jetliners burst into flames on a beautiful September morning? I remember exactly where I was ten years ago on 9/11: I was in the Down East offices, watching and listening with my horrified colleagues as the worst terrorist attack on American soil unfolded.
- By: Paul Doiron