The Summit Project has created a living memorial to fallen Maine service members who have given their lives since September 11, 2001. Reporter Shannon Moss visits the project’s headquarters in Portland and discusses its mission with founder Major David J. Cote, USMC.
Is your cat calendar-worthy? We’ve got an open casting call for Maine Coon Cats for our 2016 Coon Cat Calendar. Nominate your pet here.
The northern forest is at the height of its glory this time of year. Afraid you’ll miss the chance to see it? View our photo gallery.
Damnationland, Maine’s very own horror film event, is back for it’s fifth year. We spoke with David Meiklejohn, co-founder and filmmaker, about what its like to scare the bejeezus out of Mainers.
Nubble Lighthouse keeper Matt Rosenberg has been taking photos of The Nubble since he was officially installed as keeper just three years ago. Here are photos that shine light on his life on the job.
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We know that man’s best friend can be a hunter’s best asset, and we want to meet the dog(s) that you keep by your side.
Attention weavers, spinners, felters, dyers and knitters! Take a look inside PortFiber, a fiber arts shop in Portland. Created by Sam Brosnan
In Maine, there’s more than one way to kill a black bear — for now. A November referendum would ban three hunting methods that supporters…
Chef Sam Hayward prepares his favorite lobster roll recipe at his iconic Fore Street Restaurant in Portland. Note: Chef Hayward cooked 4 lobsters in…
We stopped by Portland Head Light and Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth to ask people what they think the most scenic spot in Maine is.
Watch our “Best of Maine” party video to meet the winners and see highlights from this years festivities.
For the full feature, be sure to pick up the August issue of Down East, on newsstands July 29!