This summer, the Maine Outdoor Film Festival kicks off its seventh running with a shorts contest, Broke and Stoked, for in-state filmmakers only.
Growers leave fields unharvested as they confront plummeting prices and a glut of frozen berries.
As a teenager growing up in northern Maine, John Cariani couldn’t wait to see the world, even though he suspected nothing out there could top the life he was living.
This Great Diamond Island home incorporates Fort McKinley surviving brick-and-concrete fire commander tower into its contemporary design
Some of Maine’s liveliest spots for dinner and drinks these days are down on the farm — and for some Maine farmers, the gastronomic “barn social” is a key part of a new agrarian model.
Palace Playland’s newest coaster brings the heat.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from June’s photo of Friendship.
One of the co-creators of Hulu’s new Castle Rock on yet another Maine mill town that’s down and out. Waaaay out.
Author Porter Fox spent two years traversing the U.S.–Canada boundary, looking to better understand the wild borderland that rarely makes the news.
Can you name this pleasantly pastoral isle?
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine