Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from February.
State foresters and members of the American Chestnut Foundation are excited about a recent find in the Lovell woods: the tallest American chestnut tree in North America.
At a Maine island summer camp, one urban exile learns a valuable lesson (if not any French).
Vena’s has a relaxing, nostalgic atmosphere, with eclectic fixtures, exposed brick walls, an extensive collection of vintage bar and glassware, and an astonishing display of cocktail enhancers, including more than 170 kinds of bitters.
From the article “Hunting in Wildcat Country” by Arthur C. Rogers in our Winter 1960 issue.
Real talk: Maine winters aren’t nearly as bad as we act like they are. So cheer up! (And don’t close up shop!)
There’s no scallop like a Maine scallop, says Togue Brawn, who’s determined to get these shellfish the recognition they deserve.
A brutal winter tests an icebound scientist’s survival skills — and her capacity for solitude.
“By late February , these guys were ready for a little extra money, and bored enough to risk trying something a little different.”
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from December.
A nontraditional farmhouse pays homage to the past, but is designed for today.
As the set-in-Maine Tumbledown hits theaters, filmmakers and others wonder, should Maine be enticing more Hollywood hotshots?