This time of year, the number of companies producing plays is pruned way back, but the choices are bolder, more varied, and more ambitious — just what we need to lure us out of cultural hibernation.
Camp Sunshine brings the magic of the Maine camp experience to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Maine Public Radio’s Jennifer Rooks on Kettle Cove sunsets.
An egg-and-cheese croissant all too often involves an overdone fried egg and a bland slice of Swiss wedged into a too-chewy pastry. At Portland’s Belleville bakery, the pastry that goes by that name is something else entirely.
President Bush and Democratic Senator George J. Mitchell had Maine in common — along with a willingness to make principled compromises.
All day and all night, the snowmakers of Sunday River Resort keep the fluffy stuff blasting.
In winter, northern Maine’s mile-high Katahdin is a rugged, spectacular world apart. When four friends set out to ski it, the trip represented a physical challenge and a spiritual feat. The photos they brought back offer a glimpse of “The Greatest Mountain” as few ever see it.
Sea vegetables are something Maine is beginning to be known for.
A cozy abode on Portland’s West End
In downtown Ellsworth, a veteran chef delivers all-occasions eats.
The Cathance River Nature Preserve provides a wooded wonderland for the 55+ set to make an exhilarating fresh start.
Fluffy, sticky, soft, or icy — Pleasant Ridge Plantation’s Bob Howe has a snowshoe for that.