Nominate your personal Mainer of the year for a chance to be featured in our October issue. Continue reading
On our first visit to Baxter State Park, my two younger brothers and I hiked the Helon Taylor, Knife Edge, Saddle, and Chimney Pond Trails to summit Mount Katahdin as a loop. I usually bring my camera when I’m doing
Annika Earley, who manages Speedwell Projects in Portland, weaves folklore and magic into her artwork.
Last year Maryland-based photographer Nolan Matthews found refuge in the Maine fishing village.
Over the past two decades, the Libra Foundation has turned a campus with a notorious past into an agricultural and recreational marvel.
Rusty Lamer, who specializes in creating installations for kids, lends his whimsical designs to the museum’s new location.
Dear Maine, Of your many endearing qualities, what I love most is your long tradition of agricultural fairs. My favorite, the Common Ground Country Fair, is at its core a harvest celebration. The fair, hosted by the Maine Organic Farmers
PORTLAND, Maine—The Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF) has released its 2021 lineup of films that will be screened in Portland from July 29 to August 8. The festival will showcase more than 60 movies, covering topics such as nature, sports,
For our July issue, we asked readers to send us love letters written to camping in Maine. Continue reading
The book published by the Portland youth literary nonprofit, A New Land, is now in every high school in Maine and demonstrates to students that their voices matter.