Each month, Down East editors select our favorite response to “Where in Maine?” Here is our favorite letter from September.
Gather, Yarmouth’s farm-to-table café, where you can trade your surplus bounty for a few bucks on a gift card.
Abbie Read has a passion for found objects — and books and paper and paintings. This month, she’s bringing together her eclectic interests in ayears-in-the-making installation in Brunswick.
Love the Common Ground Country Fair’s annual poster designs? Thank the rural jurors who select them.
After her husband died in 2013, Jeanette Gilmore took over Smokey’s Greater Shows, an institution on the Maine festival circuit. But in 50+ years of fairgrounds, Ferris wheels, and a fluctuating workforce, life on the midway hasn’t gotten any easier. Welcome to the carnival.
Before myth became history, did foxes consider the trade-offs involved and cast their fate with ours, then think better of it?
Maine Juice Co. owners Tim and Michelle Nickerson cold-press their juices and they don’t pasteurize, both to protect fresh-fruit flavor and to preserve nutrients.
Let it be said that Mason’s pours some terrific beers, particulary excelling at Belgian and German varieties.
Blackberry buckle is a fine farewell to berry season.
Amy and Alden Philbrick strip, polish, and perfect one of Cape Elizabeth’s oldest homes.
Let us lead you to some of Maine’s most canine-friendly inns, destinations, and activities.
When is a local landmark worth saving? In Brunswick and Topsham, the fate of the adored but dilapidated Green Bridge has residents at loggerheads.