Luke Holden is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Luke’s Lobster. Like all of us, each morning over these past few weeks I’ve woken up to an endless barrage of bad news, followed by days of impossible decisions. Which … Continue reading
While I’m very fortunate that writing and performing music has taken me and my bandmates in The Ghost of Paul Revere to every corner of the country, and even around the world, there’s no feeling like coming home to Maine. … Continue reading
Because we needed some entertainment (and to temporarily back away from the constant news alerts popping up on our screens), we polled our editors to create the ultimate set-in-Maine reading list. Below you’ll find classics like Lost in a Mountain … Continue reading
Dear Maine, I realize this isn’t the best way to start a love letter, but I always wanted to leave you. As an MTV-watching, TRL-obsessed student at Wells Junior High School, I wanted to move to New York City and … Continue reading
The villages of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, and Southport have picturesque views all year, but come alive in the summer months with a mix of new and old dining and shopping establishments.
Famous for its accessible lakes and mountains, Rangeley is a recreational destination any time of year, offering outdoor activities from snowshoeing in the winter to boating in the summer months.
The exhibitions and books telling the state’s story through art
As sustainability becomes a requisite for consumers, shoppers are putting pressure on consumer-facing brands. In honor of Earth Day in April, we’ve rounded up some of the companies prioritizing the planet in the most effectual and distinctive ways. Parisian sneaker … Continue reading
As more and more people discover what you already know about the Pine Tree State, it’s becoming more difficult to find the right home. From finding a real estate agent to the perfect vacation property, here are answers to your questions about how to buy your own slice of Maine.
A software company in Castine has made growing oysters easier for farmers in Maine and beyond