At Popham Beach, miles of sand make it a stunning place to go horseback riding. By Meadow Rue Merrill
Martha White — granddaughter of E.B. — has become the kind of literary executor every author wishes they could have. By Charlotte Albright
Maine oysters are prized by chefs and gourmets around the country. Now Mainers are discovering them, too. By Virginia M. Wright
A guide to a dozen oyster varieties, two inventions for shucking, and two notable accompaniments.
The War of 1812 was especially cruel to the state of Maine, but some found opportunity and wealth amid the chaos. by Joshua M. Smith
Maine’s coast saw sustained action during the War of 1812, and forts and batteries were thrown up to defend against British attack. The following sites are both historically important and easily accessible. They also
are among the most interesting and scenic destinations in the state. By Larry Glatz
Can you identify this barge and the harbor it calls home?
E.B. White is the greatest "Maine" writer of all time.
Letters from our readers.
Readers share their favorite spot to view fall foliage.
The Red Lobster chain continues to confound and confuse.
How 50 Shades of Grey lowered East Millinocket's unemployment rate by 2 percent.
Using a flamethrower to harvest potatoes in Aroostook
PETA protests the Maine Lobster Festival in an unusual way.
A photographer captures two rare mammals in a single shot.
Why does the state own a building in West Springfield, Massachusetts?
A Waterville woodworker outdoes even L.L.Bean by guaranteeing his products for more than a lifetime.
How to chop logs like a lumberjack.
Are Maine voters declaring their independence?
A tussle over the farmer’s market’s last rabbit leads to a dinner invitation — and mounting anxiety over who’s coming to supper.
A look at Portland's latest fine dining restaurant.
The Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival lights up Freeport with thousands of glowing jack-o-lanterns for one of the season’s most heart-warming events.
The Bowdoin exhibition “William Wegman: Hello Nature” focuses on the work the famed artist produced in Rangeley over the past three decades. Don’t be afraid to laugh along.
Author Agnes Bushell pens a whodunit with a local spin.
Three generations coexist under one roof in this central Maine lakehouse.
A Look Back at Down East Thirty-Six Years Ago