The seafood slingers, chefs, glossy food-mag writers, and entrepreneurs who helped turn the unassuming lobster roll into a national phenomenon.
Almost 60 years later, memories of a transformative summer, childhood hijinks, and smokes at the beach still smolder.
Our 12 favorite Maine swimming holes are little heralded and sparsely visited, sylvan spots along quiet trails where locals gather when the mercury rises.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from the August photo of Cape Newagen and Southport Island.
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The Humane Society rescued Stuart and sent him and four comrades to the Westbrook Animal Refuge League so that they could start to discover their dogness.
South Portland native Steven Rowley authors a megabucks bestselling novel, Lily and the Octopus, about loneliness, loss, and man’s best friend.
Two artists add color and spark to an 89-year-old bungalow while embracing its beautiful simplicity.
Dedicated to her mother-in-law’s vision, Cynthia Hosmer tends a landmark coastal garden in York.
Elle Logan rowed in Beijing and London and won gold both times. This summer in Rio, she’s made it three for three. So why haven’t you heard of Maine’s baddest Olympian?
Even before construction started, Scales was one of the most talked about restaurants in town. Everyone wanted to know how two Portland legends, restaurateur Dana Street and chef Sam Hayward, could possibly top their wildly successful prior endeavors
From the article “Learning to See” by Lois Lowry in our August 1977 issue.