Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from July 2017.
Spend your time in the kitchen dealing deliciously with that abundance of squash.
The loon call so hauntingly transcends its purpose. The sound is full of eerie seeking, as of a lost soul for a lost world.
Of all the happy summers I spent on Southport Island, I think that summer was my happiest.
Residents of Grand Lake Stream have safeguarded thousands of acres of forest. Now they’re fighting for their community’s future.
Novelist Christina Baker Kline has spent the last three years immersed in Wyeth’s most famous work. A dispatch from inside Christina’s World.
Some 20 years ago, Richard’s wife, Jean, gave him a hobby winemaking kit. Two years ago, the couple opened a winery on the farm.
We spend all year thinking about it and countless hours tabulating your votes for it. See our annual list of Maine’s best everything.
A century ago, Waterville helped bail out a struggling Colby College. Can Colby return the favor?
And into the black? A pair of winemaking buddies is betting on Maine blueberry bubbly.
Midcoast “nature people” Kate and Jonathan Mess push boundaries in the gallery, keep it real at home.
From “Just Say Moo” by Virginia Thorndike in our July 1994 issue. It was not as easy to take these pictures as you might think.