The sculptures hanging above the washing machine at Kelly and Jane Littlefield’s house look like they belong in an art gallery. In fact, they’re already […]
“Have you ever shopped here?” Bonnie Copper asks as we walk into Blue Hill’s Turn-Style Thrift Shop. “Well, you’re going to after this.” At first […]
Nearly a century ago, canoe builders on West Grand Lake were tinkering with their molds. The far-flung fishing and hunting spot in Washington County was […]
While finnan haddie may sound strange to American ears, the smoked fish has been popular in Britain for over a century, Penfold said, and in Scotland for even longer.
Don Dunbar doesn’t shy away from grand photos. He once shot the East Quoddy Lighthouse on Campobello Island when the thermostat read 36 degrees below […]
Tragedy struck on Bald Mountain in Dedham over half a century ago — and the remnants are still visible for the interested hiker about two […]
Water cascades gracefully down a sequence of smooth rock steps, producing white foam that persists much farther downstream. When the river is high enough, the […]
Rosemary Levin is accomplished in rug hooking — an art form that involves pulling loops of yarn through a stiff woven base to create a […]
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, but there might not always be heat — at least not in the backroom of Sullivan Harbor Farm, which follows […]
Potato. Little Camp. Hell’s Half Acre. Those are just a few of the islands that make up Merchant’s Row archipelago, clustered off the Deer Isle […]
Seasonal ferry service between Maine’s easternmost ports of Eastport and Lubec resumed late last month for the first time since the Eastport pier collapsed during […]
Pick any point in downtown Bar Harbor — a stretch of sidewalk, the front step of a restaurant, or a blade of grass on the […]
Since taking over Peaked Mountain Farm in 2002, Dan and Gail VanWarts have strived to keep the land as natural as possible.
Jerome Morris’s boat, the Kathryn A, looks just like a lobster boat, from her pointed bow to the square hull and bearded figure behind the […]
He is not in Kansas anymore, but Brian Schaper brought his snow cone business with him. Brrrr! Harbor, located in Town Hill, a village within […]