Ah, early fall in the Pine Tree State. If you’re a year-round resident, you know that this is the time to cram in your trips to popular locations before the full bloom of leaf-peeping season! Any suggestions? One area we’re
Capture is a photography-driven initiative featured in Maine magazine, on themainemag.com, and on our Instagram page. We are constantly on the lookout for photographers with a fresh perspective on life in the Pine Tree State, whether exploring the great outdoors
For our Mainers of the Year Issue, we asked readers to write letters in honor of the people in their life who they consider to be Mainers of the Year.
While watching birds of prey hunt above southern Maine marshes, a writer discovers that falconry can be a balm for broken times.
Daniel Anselmi and Marc Leavitt use their 1790 farmhouse as the backdrop for their artwork.
Gale Ross, the state’s fall foliage coordinator for over three decades, knows the leaves like the back of her hand.
Set along the shores of the Pemaquid River, the Carpenter’s Boat Shop teaches apprentices to sail, build boats, and find new paths forward.
Maya Williams, the city’s youngest poet laureate, says “poetry is a way to feel less alone.”
We aren’t saying that summer is over. We aren’t. Buuuut it sure feels like cozy season is setting in. Continue reading
It was one of those fall days when you bring a light jacket but need a parka. However, we weren’t about to let the cold, rainy weather stop us from reaching the top of Maiden Cliff in Camden. My friend
Have you finally dried out after last night’s downpour? If this summer taught us anything, it’s to always have a raincoat on hand (and maybe an umbrella, too). However, despite the wet start to the month, we’re feeling hopeful about