As the blueberry-raking season comes to a close in Washington County, migrant farm workers celebrate with a clash of nations on the soccer field. Mexico, Honduras, and the U.S. square off at the annual Wyman’s Cup.
Maine’s hulking natural monolith has inspired landscape painters for well over a century. In a new book, Art of Katahdin, David Little explores this overlooked aspect of the great peak.
Refined John Conte is not, but Maine’s most temperamental, uh, chef knows a thing or two about seafood and pasta.
Can you identify the homeport of this stately schooner?
Earlier this summer, my wife and I took a drive down the length of the crooked Phippsburg peninsula to Popham Beach. It was a cloudy afternoon, with thunderstorms gathering on the western horizon, but we wanted to see the piping plovers and the least terns that nest in the dune grass on the south side of the beach. We arrived at the lowest of low tides; the so-called super moon had sucked the sea back to the edge of the islands, and I felt like I was looking out at a glistening, newborn landscape.
What is Maine's best summer festival?
A couple works a little magic in Augusta.
Gatchell Cemetery memorializes a Brunswick neighborhood.
Maine has the nation’s third highest rate of Lyme disease, but the illness
remains misunderstood and is often misdiagnosed.
Penobscot tribal leader Kirk Francis has redefined the “chief” in CEO.
A family builds a child’s dream come true up in the treetops on the Maine coast.
Maine’s public gardens are more than just beautiful — they’re arsenals of gardening knowledge, and even the greenest of thumbs can learn a thing or two while strolling the peaceful paths of these twelve botanical oases (though there are, of course, many more). Use this guide to find your most-loved blooms and discover new favorites to plant at home.
The sighting of Maine’s first Eurasian collared-dove is not a cause for celebration.
From a farmhouse in Newcastle, Oxbow Brewing Company blends knockout beer with a homegrown sense of cool.
How the world’s wedding expert nearly ruined mine.
Farm to table dining in Cape Elizabeth.
At Nervous Nellie’s on Deer Isle, Peter Beerits has created a playful world populated by cowboys, dragons, and checkers-playing fish.
Let go of your (totally rational) fear of balloons and appreciate L-A from above at the Great Falls Balloon Festival.
Sarah Smiley’s memoir chronicles the unexpected delights of hosting Bangor’s most notable citizens for dinner, fifty-two weeks in a row.