On Portland’s flourishing bar scene, there’s a happy hour for everyone.
In The Lighthouse, a cinema auteur pits two grim keepers in a battle of wills on a harsh, uncanny Maine island.
Hard cider is part of Maine’s heritage, and a new Belfast bar is betting on its renewed a-peel.
“I remember the first time I visited the 2,200-acre woodlot for sale in my town. It was in 2014, and Pam Johnson and I drove in to take a look.”
American Idol judge and songwriter Kara DioGuardi on York’s Hartley Mason Reserve.
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from August’s photo of Witherle Woods.
An autumn ramble through western Maine’s backwoods and back roads.
Maine’s highest-credentialed beer nerd and foremost wine enthusiast aren’t so different after all.
In The Shape of Night, bestselling Camden suspense novelist Tess Gerritsen dabbles in the spectral.
Alewives Fabrics is a draw for quilters and sewists in Maine and beyond.
Love ’em or hate ’em, floating resorts are bringing boatloads of day-trippers to your favorite Maine towns.
Obadiah Buell makes light and fluid sculptures from scavenged granite tailings.