The Vanishing Point
Along the Maine coast, fishing wharfs are slowly being replaced with seaside homes. Saving our working waterfronts requires a new way of thinking. By Jeff Clark
The Zen of Zeh
Whatever your idea is of a Maine basketmaker - it's probably not this guy. By Ken Textor
A Blank Canvas?
A new Portland arts group wants to make a worldwide splash. By Michaela Cavallaro
A Place Called Unity
Welcome to the unlikeliest college town in Maine. By Virginia Wright
2007 Down East Environmental Award
From its beginnings as a small group of homesteaders to its current status as the oldest and largest statewide organic growers organization in the country, the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association has worked for more than thirty-five years on behalf of small farms and the environment. By Jeff Clark
Listening for Spring
On certain nights, if you pay close attention, you can hear the turn of a season. By Susan Shetterly
A Shimmer of Glass
Architect Carol Wilson's designs are modern, elegant, and - in the case of one Portland house - incredibly controversial. By Edgar Allen Beem
How well did your garden make it through the winter? Taking these five steps this spring will help protect your flower beds against Maine's harshest season. By Rebecca Sawyer-Fay
River on the Rebound
Once famous for its filth, the upper Androscoggin might yet become an angling destination - if only it can get better press coverage. By Roberta Scruggs
Where in Maine?
Send us a note if you can identify this town and its wonderful body of water. Photograph By Sue Anne Hodges
By Paul Doiron.
North by East
Aliens in Bucksport. | Scarborough cracks down on yard sales. | The ghosts of Dexter Shoe. | Trademarking Bar Harbor. | Quick action by the DMV. | Unneighborly lights. | Bangor Savings Bank rocks out.
The Talk of Maine
Why are Maine movies being filmed in Louisiana? By Joshua F. Moore
The Maine Viewpoint
Dann Lewis is fired but not forgotten. | Making waves over surfers. | Endangered town meetings. | The primary color of money. | The lesson from business limits.
Hip bistro Vignola enlivens Portland's late-night dining scene. By Scott Sutherland
A New York transplant isn't the only alien in Sarah Goodyear's new novel. By Debra Spark
Spring is the perfect season for exploring the City of Ships. By Michaela Cavallaro
Spring takes hold with exhibitions, plant sales, and birdwatching.
The Maine Birding Trail | Colorful Seaglass-inspired chimes | Beth's Farm Market's extra-hot pickles
I called to the ranger. "You're not going to like this. But someone's up there." By Dorcas S. Miller
What's in a Picture?
A Maine military hero's summer home had perished long before this fire in 1940. By Joshua F. Moore