During the holiday season, a Portland sculptor might just be the most — and least — visible artist in all of Maine.
- Photography by: Mark Fleming
Majestic caribou once ranged throughout Maine’s forests, then they suddenly disappeared. Just what caused their demise remains a mystery.
The twin cities on the Androscoggin River are in the midst of a fascinating transition. We stopped by to take
a closer look.
- Photography by: Alan Lavallee
Can tidal energy bring easternmost Maine back to life?
A Culinary Conversation in Five Acts
- Photography by: Benjamin Magro
The story of Nottingham Galley and what happened three hundred years ago on boon island.
Have you ever been to this timeless tavern?
There’s no room to be heartbroken in the space of a northern Maine kitchen.
- Photography by: Jennifer Baum
Read what our readers have to say about Maine.
- Photography by: Sue Anne Hodges
Once known for her North Woods controversies, philanthropist Roxanne Quimby has broadened her interests to include a surprisingly diverse range of causes.
How a first novel set in rural Maine won the Pulitzer Prize.
During the holidays we often think more about the people who are missing than we do about the ones present. This is especially true during times of war. But unless you have loved ones in Iraq or Afghanistan those conflicts might seem like distant, impersonal affairs.
A Saco cameraman captured his sister-in-law’s joie de vivre.
The deadliest catch, nice needles, and more.
Rockport’s Shepherd’s Pie has jolly good food — and a cozy atmosphere to match.
- Photography by: Amy Wilton
Photograph by Nicole Wolf