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Down East Magazine, March 2013

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Maine At Work

Down East takes a look at how Mainers are making money in 2013. Below are eleven Mainers from the state's top industries.

The Hipster Honchos: Pete and Kim Erskine

Trade, Transportation, and Utilities

King of Credit: Michael Dubyak

Financial Activities

The Woodsman: Jeremiah Crockett

Public Administration

Departments

Where in Maine?

Can you identify this pastoral scene?

Editor's Note

True or false: There are more lawyers in Maine than lobstermen.

Your Maine

What was the best job you ever had in Maine?

Gilded Crustacean

A $2,013 Maine lobster dinner gets some takers in Manhattan.

The Police Blotter

One Week in Fort Kent

All-Terrain Art

An auto shop has become one of Rockland’s most popular galleries.

What's in a Picture?

Central Park Pilates

Prefab Style

An architect almost erases the line between dwelling and nature with a sleek, modern kit house.

The Great Escape

An evening snowshoe across a frozen lake to see the northern lights turns into a fight for survival.

Tabletop Art

When an old bedside table needed a face-lift, it was the perfect reason to create this chart-topped tabletop.

The Black Birch

Kittery's Best New Pub

Through a Glass, Beautifully

Monica Wood looks back to the year it all went wrong.

March Calendar

Go here. Do this. See that.

From Our Archives: March 1962

A Look Back at Down East Fifty-One Years Ago

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Features

Northern Light

In February, we treasure every extra minute of daylight. Photos by Paul Cyr and Susan Cole Kelly

Never Forget

Maine and the world’s largest land mammal seem an unlikely pair, but the two share a long, curious history. By Amy Sutherland

Think Fast

Every February, Bridgton plays host to the Four Square World Championships and its colorful cast of characters. By Will Bleakley

The Ice Age

Cutting and storing ice for refrigeration, once a lucrative Maine industry, lives on at a few remote sporting camps. By Paul J. Fournier

Departments

Where in Maine?

Can you identify this frosted lobsterman’s shack?

Editor's Note

Down East comes to the iPad.

Your Maine

What's your antidote to cabin fever?

R.I.P Maine’s Independent Cinemas?

The conversion to digital threatens Maine’s downtown movie theaters.

What's in a Picture?

Snowshoe Bawdiness

Local Heroes

A young scholar of history has collected personal stories of World War II soldiers.

Group Effort

Three friends build an unconventional triple-decker on Portland’s Munjoy Hill.

Marijuana in Maine

Last year, voters in Colorado and Washington legalized the recreational use of pot. Will Maine be the next state to follow suit? By Jeff Clark

Traditional, Simple, and Warm

Robin Hansen's Lithuanian Ribby Knit mittens are the perfect cure for the Maine cold.

The Winning Hand

A Moosehead Lake poker run is the way life should be in winter.

The Mail

Letters to the editor

Bullwinkle's

Mountaintop Dining at Sugarloaf

Shipwrecked

A gruesome tale of survival and cannibalism still fascinates after three hundred years.

February Calendar

Go here. Do this. See that.

From Our Archives: Winter 1955

A Look Back at Down East Fifty-Eight Years Ago

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Features


Maine At Work

Down East takes a look at how Mainers are making money in 2013. Below are eleven Mainers from the state's top industries.




The Hipster Honchos: Pete and Kim Erskine

Trade, Transportation, and Utilities





King of Credit: Michael Dubyak

Financial Activities



The Woodsman: Jeremiah Crockett

Public Administration





Departments


Where in Maine?

Can you identify this pastoral scene?


Editor's Note

True or false: There are more lawyers in Maine than lobstermen.


Your Maine

What was the best job you ever had in Maine?


Gilded Crustacean

A $2,013 Maine lobster dinner gets some takers in Manhattan.


The Police Blotter

One Week in Fort Kent


All-Terrain Art

An auto shop has become one of Rockland’s most popular galleries.


What's in a Picture?

Central Park Pilates


Prefab Style

An architect almost erases the line between dwelling and nature with a sleek, modern kit house.


The Great Escape

An evening snowshoe across a frozen lake to see the northern lights turns into a fight for survival.


Tabletop Art

When an old bedside table needed a face-lift, it was the perfect reason to create this chart-topped tabletop.


The Black Birch

Kittery's Best New Pub



Through a Glass, Beautifully

Monica Wood looks back to the year it all went wrong.


March Calendar

Go here. Do this. See that.


From Our Archives: March 1962

A Look Back at Down East Fifty-One Years Ago


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