Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here are our favorite letters from February’s photo of Wood Island Lighthouse.
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.