Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from June’s photo of Boot Head Preserve.
A passing of the cone at Spencer’s Ice Cream in Bradley
We asked some of Maine’s most seasoned boatmen (and women) about their most memorable moments from lives spent on the water.
In Lincolnville, Phish percussionist Jon Fishman marches to many beats.
Refinery29 founder Piera Gelardi on making memories at Saco’s Funtown Splashtown USA.
Wilcox bows have a reputation among archers for beauty and function. He builds each one to suit its owner, taking into account the user’s height and strength.
For author Ron Currie, childhood summers on McGrath Pond are the stuff of memories— wistful, fickle, and poignant.
Perhaps animals gave us our first lesson in aesthetics, and that’s why we scrawled their images onto cave walls.
A Bangor restaurant steeped in Maine political lore rides again.
The artsy midcoast town clusters a lot of fun and funky retail on just a few streets.
In Portland, a New Orleans native cooks up his hometown’s oh-so-good comfort food.
A very Maine-y rom-com — and three other new summer reads with the Pine Tree State at their heart.