Listen to the perfect playlist. Tour Homer’s studio. Meet your L.L.Bean boyfriend.
Mainers are nothing if not opinionated, and Down East readers are no exception.
For seventy-six years, young musicians have entertained audiences while honing their craft at the New England Music Camp.
Part of our ‘Maine at Work’ series.
Artist Francis Hamabe came to love Maine as much as Maine loved him. In this excerpt from his new book, The Art of Francis…
By reopening the State Theatre, Lauren Wayne brought Portland’s music scene full circle.
“William Wegman: Hello Nature” focuses on the work the famed artist produced in Rangeley. Don’t be afraid to laugh along.
Don McLean, whose song “American Pie” topped the charts in 1972, tours around the world, but calls his Camden estate home.
The newly restored Prouts Neck studio of Winslow Homer reveals secrets of the life and work of one of America’s greatest artists
How an island boy’s curious business came to be immortalized by painter Jamie Wyeth.
Every August, the Sweet Chariot Music Festival turns Swan’s Island into a musical Brigadoon.
Artist Alison Evans borrows shapes from Maine mollusks to sculpt a stylish and graceful dinnerware line. By Rebecca Martin Evarts Photograph by Nathan Eldridge…