Rooted in the counterculture of the 1970s, Johnny’s Selected Seeds is flourishing with the locavore movement.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from March 2016.
A Maine summer day and some lobsters are (almost) all you need for the perfect outdoor feast.
To paraphrase Thomas Wolfe, you can’t go to the Old Port again. Or can you? Author Suzanne Strempek Shea revisits the Portland she once knew.
Each year on Maine Maple Sunday, some 100 sugarhouses open their doors to visitors. Here are a few facts about syrup season.
Mainers have been coming together over pork and beans for centuries.
The first rule of thumb for art collecting is buy what you love. But what if you’re not so sure?
From “Maine’s Champion Freestyle Skier,” by John A. Gould, in our March 1976 issue.
James Abbott has an art studio in his home — or is it the other way around?
The treehouse is long gone, however, a 164-acre preserve being created by the Kennebec Land Trust (KLT) promises to revive Howard Hill as an urban wilderness retreat.
Last March, Edgecomb teacher Nancie Atwell won a million dollars for banning tests and letting students pick their own reading material. Then she gave it all away.
Kittery’s bourgeoning, vibrant restaurant scene has been getting a lot of attention recently, and Anju is one more reason to check it out.