The third-oldest remaining black church in the country is being resurrected by an intrepid group of Portlanders, reviving a history nearly lost to neglect.
- Photography by: Jeff Scher
Habib Dagher has a vision.
- Photography by: Benjamin Magro
A Dissenting Opinion By Robert Kimber.
Kayaking had its start among the Inuit, so what’s so crazy about a midwinter paddling expedition? Nothing at all, say kayak guides, provided you have the right experience, equipment, and judgment.
Q: How many wind turbines do we have in Maine?
Maine’s colleges are at the top of the national list when it comes to getting a green education.
Herewith, a comforting collection of Down East meals for all times of the day.
Read what our readers have to say about Maine.
Portland’s new zoning laws could expose marine industries to new dangers.
A new restaurant offers some of the best food in southern Maine.
Athletics and academics went hand-in-hand in Saco in 1914.
The wind power debate these days.
A Kittery home seller makes a Marilyn Monroe sales pitch, Tiny owls take over Isle au Haut, and more.
A Maine river in early spring teaches a lesson that lasts a lifetime.
Have you ever visited this hearty north-country town?