Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from May’s photo of Rumford.
Peter Beerits, the artist behind the Nervous Nellie’s Jams & Jellies fantasyland, on building a bird.
Get cultured at a frescoed rural meetinghouse, a coastal arts mecca, and an urban art walk.
Limber up for a codfish relay and boogie down at a Bangor street fest.
From a wee-hours breakfast to a shared bean supper to a lobster roll at sea.
Amy Teh and Noah DeFilippis, the team behind Portland’s Pinecone+Chickadee clothing and accessories brand, take adorableness up a notch with their playful silkscreened onesies in soft, organic cotton.
Lobster rolls anywhere, anytime.
Maine’s YouTube paranormalists ain’t afraid of no ghosts.
The Digital Maine archive of Maine Fish and Wildlife mag, The opening of photographer Ashlyn J. Posiak’s documentary exhibit, and more.
Up North, in the true canoe country, early May is to canoe-tripping what Thanksgiving to Christmas is to retailing. The whole year quickens toward those two weeks.
Up mountains and down canyons, in the water and on the water, explore our state every which way.
Matthew Secich worked in some of the country’s most gourmet, most stressful kitchens, bouncing discontentedly from one high-profile gig to the next. Now, he makes smoked meats and cheeses in Unity’s Amish community, which he, his wife, and kids joined a few years ago.