As the blueberry-raking season comes to a close, migrant farmers celebrate with a clash of nations on the soccer field.
Maine’s hulking natural monolith has inspired landscape painters for well over a century.
Listen to the perfect playlist. Tour Homer’s studio. Meet your L.L.Bean boyfriend.
Sprint across floating lobster crates. Build a fire without matches. Rent a VIP limo for your dog. Photo: William Cullina Unique Athletic Competition Lobster…
Mainers are nothing if not opinionated, and Down East readers are no exception.
Farrier-bard Fred Bowers waxes eloquent about horses and all they’ve taught him.
After losing his son, a father questions whether there is anything we can ever truly possess. By Ted Gup “Whose woods these are I…
For seventy-six years, young musicians have entertained audiences while honing their craft at the New England Music Camp.
Just two years after consumer fireworks were legalized in Maine, a move is under way to ban them again.
Gateway to opportunity or toll on the environment?
A hard day’s journey across Portland proves that even in Maine’s big city, wilderness is close at hand.
Twenty-five years after Maine voted for Enhanced 911, the system remains a work in progress.