Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from July’s photo of The Olson House.
The state’s bicentennial is next year, but Maine declared its independence 200 years ago this month.
A Maine blueberry grower walks into a bar.
Beth Bowley, a Maine native, opened fourTWELVE in Rockland after more than two decades in New York. Now she designs and manufactures her own clothing line.
Scouting the state for wicked individual fashion, we found student Camden Hunt at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor.
When staff photographer Benjamin Williamson wants to shoot Maine at its most essential, he hops the ferry for Monhegan, 10 miles out to sea, year-round population about 60. We asked him a few of his favorite places to set up a tripod.
A tired roadside cantina wakes up refreshed as a brunch destination.
Tuesday night tacos for a good cause in South Thomaston.
“Like the turkey vultures, I had come to Maine to make myself a good life.”
After 50 years, the exuberant ringleader of a Wells summer tradition is hanging up his hat.
New exhibitions reflect on the creative impact of three Maine arts colonies.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard on his company’s role in undamming the Kennebec River.