Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from October’s, Cadillac Mountain picture.
Ask any rural Mainer: There’s more than one way to wash a skunked dog. None are pleasant, though.
Who says you can’t have s’mores for lunch?
Join us as we explore Maine’s orchards, hills, and hidden ponds; mountains and waterfalls; and wild rivers and lakes on the ultimate Maine fall foliage tour.
When it comes to football, Biddeford High School is no longer in neighboring Thornton Academy’s league, literally or figuratively. Thus ends “The Battle of the Bridge,” a spirited rivalry between Biddeford and Saco that dated to 1893. And there’s no question which of the two former mill towns feels the loss more acutely.
Van Lloyd’s Bistro is the delightfully weird restaurant that Damariscotta deserves.
Is Lewiston’s Hotel Crypt a trick or a treat?
With a brand-new format and a muck-boot–sporting curator, the ninth iteration of the Portland Museum of Art Biennial comes into its own.
A South Portland architect builds a mod dream home that feels anything but sterile.
In the midst of her toughest challenge yet, Northwoods Gourmet Girl’s Abby Freethy has some big ideas simmering.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from August’s, Cobbosseecontee Lake picture.
With the paper industry gone and little economic opportunity to replace it, many in the Katahdin region fear an exodus of young people. So what’s it like to be staring down adulthood in 2015 in the shadow of the Millinocket mills?