Our readers continue to share with us great images from their views of Maine. Here are four that will help your mind pretend it’s still the weekend.
The Portland Museum of Art takes a career-spanning look at the work of Rose Marasco, one of Maine’s most accomplished — and eclectic — photographers.
Our May issue includes an oversized guide to Maine’s busiest season, so everyone can pick and plan their perfect summer itinerary. With so many to choose from, we’ve given you 10 great spots to snap your perfect Maine photo.
Down East was proud to sponsor the State of the State 3 concert, showcasing the best of the Maine music scene.
We want to see Maine through your eyes.
After 45 years, Maine’s defiantly down-home classifieds weekly isn’t just hanging on in a post-Craigslist world — it’s thriving.
We’ve looked back on the hundreds of images that graced the pages of our magazine this year and picked the 10 that stayed with us long after the issue went to print.
The lobstermen of Down East Maine tell us the stories behind their cherished vessels’ names.
Pull up a couple of Adirondack chairs and find yourself among kindred campers at Libby’s Oceanside in York Harbor.
Watch a time-lapse video by Irvin Serrano of the Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve as seen from the Height of Land.
Join us on Instagram for daily photographic updates from the Down East team.
In this photo essay we celebrate Mainers who participated in the 2013 National Senior Games (where, take note all 40-somethings, turning 50 makes you eligible). Shown in the environments that fuel them, these athletes may never appear on a box of Wheaties, but they inspire us every day.