Climbing every mountain in Acadia
College of the Atlantic President Darron Collins challenged himself to make 250 climbs, covering 1,000 miles, in Acadia.
Drive-in theater is back in business
Thirty years after it closed, the Bangor Drive-In reopened this summer.
Learn to climb Acadia's cliffs
The Great Chimney is not, as its name might suggest, something Santa shimmies up and down every Christmas Eve.
Experience coastal Maine from the air
An unforgettable journey over the rugged shores, mountain peaks and isolated islands of the Acadia National Park area awaits visitors to Acadia Air Tours.
Kayak Maine's rugged shore
There’s a spot on the coast of Ironbound Island where the cliffs don’t quite fit together.
Jack and Jeff Weeks don’t always compete against each other, but when the twin brothers do, it’s on top of a Western red cedar log […]
On the East Coast, Maine is known for dark night skies and some of the prime skywatching is in Acadia National Park and the Mount Desert Island area.
Vibrant, delicately crafted baskets greet the eye at Island Artisans in Bar Harbor. Abigail Goodyear was among the five artists who founded the artists collective […]
“I believe in curating a collection of work that has a young, fresh feel.” — jeweler Cara Romano
Little Deer Isle artist Mary Eaton, armed with an oil seascape, was on her way by boat to an art show when she noticed a […]
Swan’s Island resident Wes Staples and his brother Bud both served in World War II. But the siblings belonged to different U.S. Army battalions. So […]
Bucksport’s longtime paper mill closed late last year. Now, an offensive is well under way against the idea — put forward by some after the […]
It was Daniel Webster who wrote that men “hang out signs indicative of their respective trades” — shoemakers a giant shoe, jewelers a monster watch […]