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Artistic Impact

Amidst this year's uncertainty and upheaval, ceramist Heidi Woo is using her art to support others and fight injustice

Weaving Stories

Weaving Stories The Wabanaki art of basketmaking has been passed down from generation to generation, but there’s a new threat to its future by Katy KelleherPhotography by Nicole Wolf Issue: September 2020 “Glooskap came first of all into this country, … Continue reading

The Maine Spirit

The Maine Spirit Jeremy Howard’s family had been harvesting wild blueberries for generations before a price crash motivated a uniquely Maine distillery by Paul KoenigPhotography by Susan Metzger Issue: September 2020 As Jeremy Howard walks across the same wild blueberry … Continue reading

A Rare Catch

A Rare Catch Flying into a North Woods pond for the chance to see—and catch—Maine’s most elusive fish by Darrell Hartman Photography by Aimee Bartee September 2020 Igor Sikorsky gives me a choice: Grateful Dead or Jimmy Buffett. This is … Continue reading

Sheer Bliss

The cliffside trails of Quoddy Head State Park outshine the park’s distinctive landmark

Seaworthy Gear

Rugged Seas repurposes old hauling pants into backpacks, totes, and more

Wood Workers

A photographer documents the faces of logging in the North Maine Woods and beyond

Contemporary Perspective

The Portland Museum of Art’s new chief curator Shalini Le Gall on how museums can be more inclusive to a diverse community