In Portland, a New Orleans native cooks up his hometown’s oh-so-good comfort food.
Katherine Slevin sells her sweet, buttery lineup online — for pick-up or delivery — and at a handful of Portland markets and coffee shops.
Off-peninsula Portland has Maine’s most diverse mile of cooking.
Astrid Vigeland’s Folly 101 is a feast of goods for the tabletop and more.
Lone Pine Brewing’s Maple Sunday is available this month only.
The earthiness of sea lettuce and sweetness of honeybush give Emerald Honeybush tea a honey–truffle character, Cup of Sea owner Josh Rogers says.
Leather bags with heart.
Maine State Ballet and Portland Ballet put on two of their most popular — and very different — shows.
Can Portland’s municipal organist make the Kotzschmar big again?
Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from January’s photo of Stratton Place, Portland.