Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from November’s photo of Fort Foster.
This time of year, the alluring whiff of simmering chicken stock and the promise of a big bowl of soup, bolstered by the addition of greens and beans, softens the onset of Maine’s chilly evenings.
A Maine winter is hard on the skin — and that’s an irresistible challenge to makers of natural skincare products.
This snug shipbuilding city along the Kennebec River is packed with locally owned stores, a brand-new brewery, rave-worthy restaurants, and a beloved coffee shop, all near the picturesque waterfront park.
The Kennebec estuary as you’ve never seen it.
In Bangor, a creative newcomer finds its footing next door to some estimable culinary neighbors.
A cedar-clad retreat in the White Mountains
As we come into the season of giving and giving thanks, we salute Mainers who are quietly doing their part to make the Pine Tree State a better place.
Shipping containers? More like shopping containers.
Designer Roxi Suger is leading a quiet revolution in women’s fashion, one that emphasizes softness and support over fussiness.
Can tiny-house communities help solve Maine’s affordable-housing shortage?
The Unity College lumberjack team never lets the sawdust settle.