Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from August’s photo of Whaleboat Island.
Five restaurants, a brewery . . . and an eco-resort in Belize? How Matt Haskell, son of Bangor, started out scrubbing pots and wound up a restaurant mogul.
A Friendship garage is bursting at the seams with “18,000-something” antique bottles.
A pair of first-time restaurateurs reinvents an airport snack bar as a dining destination for travelers and locals alike.
Two years in, after a rocky start, Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument has found a clearer path forward — and so have the communities counting on it to drum up business.
Which roadside flea markets are most worth a stop? We asked professional bargain hunters where they forage — and what they find there.
From town to trail, here’s how to avoid the crowds, find the park’s secret gems, and make your Acadia adventure unforgettable.
Alvin Theriault was 11 when he tied his first fishing fly. Now 64, Theriault and his wife, Connie, have been making and selling flies for 44 years.
For the angler who has everything; a graceful, yet functional fly-tying desk.
Those rivers, those woods, those creatures, that country: The Way Life Is.
In summer, Camp Ellis moves at its own carefree pace. But beneath the sultry calm, the beach enclave is waging a desperate battle with rising seas.
We hunted down a half-dozen of the craziest, messiest, tastiest franks at stands, food trucks, and sit-downs all across Maine.