A new restaurant called Friars’ Brewhouse Tap Room recently opened on Main Street, serving meals that some Mainers may have never seen before. “The only […]
The skies were gray and rainy, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 200 people from packing into Bucksport’s newly opened Lighthouse Arts […]
Driving north on Route 1A from Ellsworth, most motorists are intent on a mission. Tourists may be headed to Acadia National Park while locals may […]
The McCurdy Smokehouse is now a museum dedicated to the history of the industry in Lubec. Throughout the 19th and into the mid-20th century, the smoked herring business boomed.
The Earth keeps spinning, the waves keep crashing on the shore, and the 1,800-to-2,000-pound quartz stone wheels at Raye’s Mustard Mill keep grinding.
LUBEC — Two hours east of Ellsworth and two minutes west of the Canadian border, Lubec is off the beaten path. But the town numbering […]
Visit Seal Cove Farm in Lamoine, and you will find the 120 or so goats there enjoying a leisurely lifestyle. They are milked at 5:30 […]
On Main Street in Winter Harbor, Works of Hand’s front yard overflows with red roses, white and pink peonies, purple irises and yellow lady’s mantle.
“Northern Outlaw,” looks just like any other Ford F-150 pickup truck, only it weighs three tons, sits on nearly 4-foot-tall tractor tires and is built […]
Sea kayaking, sailing, canoeing, power boat cruising, whale watching; there already are so many different ways to see Mount Desert Island from the water. So […]
This was no ordinary kayak tour of the Maine seacoast; this was a four-day course designed to train future kayaking guides and instructors in the technical skills of ocean navigation, team leadership and — in this case — kayak towing.
Local runner Gary Allen is almost 60 years old, but he feels like a kid again when he runs on the gravel carriage trails of Acadia National Park.
When the “phone phreaks” of the mid-20th century hacked into phones, it was the start of an arms race in network security between hackers and programmers that continues with the firewalls and malware of today.
Walk into Marlinespike Chandlery, a small Stonington shop on a one-lane road overlooking Penobscot Bay, and you’re bound to have lots of questions.
American history fans need look no further than Ellsworth’s Woodlawn Museum to get their fix.