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Features

Best Places to Live

Once again this year, our editors seeded an online tournament bracket with 16 of our favorite towns. You took it from there. Read up on Maine’s loveliest and most welcoming cities, towns, and villages.

The Last Master

Few living artists rival the legacy of painter David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And since his humble beginnings, Maine has been vital for him. By Charlotte Wilder

The Stranger in the Woods

In an exclusive excerpt from a new book, we see the origins of the myth that haunted central Maine for decades: the unbelievable (but true!) tale of the North Pond hermit. By Michael Finkel


Departments

Where in Maine?

Connect

The Mail


North by East

Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine

Down East Dispatches

News You May Have Missed

Pressed Together

Maine’s First Arabic Newspaper

Letter from Togo

Local Dogs on African Stamps?

Boy Oh Boycott!

Who Loses in the Era of Armchair Activism?


Dooryard

Living the Maine Life

Home

Our Finnish Sauna Tradition

Making It in Maine

Little River Decoys’ Bird Man

Recipe

Shepherd’s Pie

My Maine

Storm Gathering

Room With a View


Guide

Food, Drink, Arts, and Culture in Maine

Dining

Brahma Grill in Bangor

Art

Inside the New PMA

Music

The Mallett Bros.’ Logging Jams


On the cover: Rockland Breakwater by Mike O’Leary
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Features

Best Places to Live

Once again this year, our editors seeded an online tournament bracket with 16 of our favorite towns. You took it from there. Read up on Maine’s loveliest and most welcoming cities, towns, and villages.

The Last Master

Few living artists rival the legacy of painter David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And since his humble beginnings, Maine has been vital for him. By Charlotte Wilder

The Stranger in the Woods

In an exclusive excerpt from a new book, we see the origins of the myth that haunted central Maine for decades: the unbelievable (but true!) tale of the North Pond hermit. By Michael Finkel


Departments

Where in Maine?

Connect

The Mail


North by East

Down East Dispatches

News You May Have Missed

Pressed Together

Maine’s First Arabic Newspaper

Letter from Togo

Local Dogs on African Stamps?

Boy Oh Boycott!

Who Loses in the Era of Armchair Activism?


Dooryard

Home

Our Finnish Sauna Tradition

Making it in Maine

Little River Decoys’ Bird Man

Receipe

Shepherd’s Pie

My Maine

Storm Gathering

Room With a View


Guide

Dining

Brahma Grill in Bangor

Art

Inside the New PMA

Music

The Mallett Bros.’ Logging Jams

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Features


Best Places to Live


Once again this year, our editors seeded an online tournament bracket with 16 of our favorite towns. You took it from there. Read up on Maine’s loveliest and most welcoming cities, towns, and villages.



The Last Master


Few living artists rival the legacy of painter David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And since his humble beginnings, Maine has been vital for him. By Charlotte Wilder



The Stranger in the Woods


In an exclusive excerpt from a new book, we see the origins of the myth that haunted central Maine for decades: the unbelievable (but true!) tale of the North Pond hermit. By Michael Finkel






Departments


Where in Maine?



Connect



The Mail






North by East


Opinions, Advisories, and Musings from the Length and Breadth of Maine


Down East Dispatches


News You May Have Missed



Pressed Together


Maine’s First Arabic Newspaper



Letter from Togo


Local Dogs on African Stamps?



Boy Oh Boycott!


Who Loses in the Era of Armchair Activism?






Dooryard


Living the Maine Life


Home


Our Finnish Sauna Tradition



Making It in Maine


Little River Decoys’ Bird Man



Recipe


Shepherd’s Pie



My Maine


Storm Gathering



Room With a View






Guide


Food, Drink, Arts, and Culture in Maine


Dining


Brahma Grill in Bangor



Art


Inside the New PMA



Music


The Mallett Bros.’ Logging Jams






On the cover: Rockland Breakwater by Mike O’Leary
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