Meet Maine's retirees
Maine retirees are drawn to the state’s rocky coastline, close-knit communities and bustling arts scene.
Fall, winter, spring, summer. Repeat.
Experience Maine's four seasons and all they have to offer.
Hiking the Maine Ice Age Trail
Harold “Hal” Borns, a University of Maine geologist and founder of the school’s Climate Change Institute, might as well add “time traveler” to his business card.
The four Maine seasons are as distinct as they are beautiful.
WINTER HARBOR — Harold “Hal” Borns, a University of Maine geologist and founder of the school’s Climate Change Institute, might as well add “time traveler” […]
BELFAST — History is full of figures spouting off about the uses and benefits of Camellia sinensis, the evergreen plant better known as tea. In […]
TRENTON — If you’ve ever wanted to pick your own cranberries, the time is now. The picking at Snugglemagic Farm’s dry four-acre cranberry bog ends […]
Sculpting the Eastport mermaid wasn’t Richard Klyver’s idea. Back in 2009, the local artist wanted to create nine sculptures of invertebrate sea creatures to decorate the town’s […]
BookStacks owner Andy Lacher likens himself to a bartender. The Bucksport resident makes recommendations, forms genuine friendships with his regulars and catches up on his […]
If you can’t remember how a bike helmet should fit, just remember: ears, eyes and mouth. Ears: The arch on the side of the helmet […]
As a young boy, Jud Hartmann enjoyed painting and studying the history of Native American tribes of the Northeastern United States. Those passions are melded […]