A crowd of people flows into the Sorrento-Sullivan Recreation Center on a Saturday morning, starting at 8 a.m., each of them stopping first at a […]

The 16-foot-tall fiberglass lobster stands watch over Route 1 traffic, claws raised in the air and holding a sign for Carrier’s Mainely Lobster.

If you step off of Ellsworth’s Main Street and into the Airline Brewing Co.’s pub and feel as if you’ve been transported to the United Kingdom, its owners will consider that a success.

Old Quarry Ocean Adventures offers everything from kayak rentals and kayaking lessons to half-day and full-day kayak tours with guides.

It was Daniel Webster who wrote that men “hang out signs indicative of their respective trades” — shoemakers a giant shoe, jewelers a monster watch […]

Sixteen years ago this summer, Lance Meadows came to Maine to work on a schooner. A native of the Midwest — “I grew up in […]

Wes Ellington has nothing against other craft brewers, but his mission in life these days is to create beers that are different than theirs. “I […]

From May to mid-October, Susan Starr rises early each morning at the Open Hearth Inn with a mission in mind. Making muffins. Lots of them. […]

Within a short stroll’s distance from the intersection of High and Main streets in the heart of downtown Belfast, visitors are likely to find almost […]

Serendipity. That’s the word photographers Gerry Monteux and Jessie Selah use to describe how they came to be business partners, sharing gallery and studio space […]

For Taylor Montigny, running Sylvia’s Café is all about taking care of the people who come through the doors to eat.

Many things have changed in the nearly 90 years since Perry’s Nut House first opened its doors on Route 1 in Belfast.

Martha’s Diner has a distinctively 1950s feel to it, with pictures of Elvis and Lucille Ball, among others, gracing the walls.