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.
Our contributors share their choicest finds in Maine style, design, shops, and craft.
Four Maine general stores — all with dine-in seating — that are raising the bar for road food.
Pack up a weekend bag and choose your favorite art trail. We picked three of coastal Maine’s most road-trip–worthy regions for art lovers and laid out our stop-by-stop itineraries for each. Ready to explore some of the best of Maine art?
Three years after exiting his first Brunswick restaurant, chef Marc Provencher and his Greek gastronomy are back in town.
An artist’s family wrestles with the future of his metal jungle.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from April’s photo of Bubble Pond.
Will Sears gives Portland a fresh look and blurs the line between commercial and fine art.
Can you name this harbor town? Submit your answer here for a chance to win a Down East wall calendar.
Maine’s smallest city has been down but never out, author James Fallows says.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine