What did it take to put together this month’s interview feature, “My Dinner with Kerry,” about the success of Cafe Miranda, the allure of kitchen life, and the changing face of Rockland? We ran the numbers.
From big bands to indie bands, eight surprising times that the beat of popular-music history (and trivia) has thrummed through the Pine Tree State.
The Gawler sisters all live in Belfast, and the whole clan loves heading from the harbor onto Belfast Bay in a long rowboat called a pilot gig.
When it came time for Louisa Nelson to renovate her family’s mid-century modern cottage on Pemaquid Point, she opted to embrace a clean-lined aesthetic.
The seacoast’s trio of classic vacation towns may have dimensions you didn’t expect.
They’ve all but disappeared from America’s highways, but mom-and-pop motor courts still live on in Vacationland.
This month’s cover, by Thomaston-based artist Greta Van Campen, marks a rare return to form.
“People sometimes get upset that we’d ever do such a thing to a lobster roll,” Highroller Lobster owner Andy Gerry says.
Maine Public Radio’s always-popular audio-diary series heads into a sixth season.
Here are the anthropomorphic animals not to miss this month.
By 1900, the following animals were extinct or nearly extinct in Maine and everywhere else east of the Mississippi: 1) any wild canid larger than a fox, 2) wild turkeys, 3) beavers. Now they act like they own the place.