A couple of minutes after 7 o’clock on a drizzly Tuesday morning, Nick and Roz Nikkinen of Ocala, Fla., walked into Jordan’s Restaurant and chose […]
At Gallery Mozelle, color and quality are common threads, whether it’s bold, mod-shaped enameled copper necklaces or zigzag- and dot-patterned glassware.
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 […]
Two decades later, French conductor Ludovic Morlot will return to Hancock’s Monteux School and Music Festival to celebrate the world-renowned program’s 75th anniversary this summer. […]
Steve Valleau came to the Wendell Gilley Museum in 1985 looking for a summer job and he hasn’t left since. Valleau is the museum’s carver-in-residence […]
Lily’s Wine Bar, featuring small plates of seasonal vegetables, fresh seafood, local meats and European wines, is open for the season in Stonington. “I focus […]
Bikers will catch glimpses of the sea and distant islands, but it’s the spruce-fir forest, white pine and cedar woodlands that draw them in on […]
The Thuya and Asticou Azalea gardens, conceived and designed by a self-taught visionary in the 1950s, are lush, quiet places to stroll and sit a […]
Food and drink often are integral to a vacation or travel experience — even becoming destinations in their own right. Maine, as the source of […]
For several months in the summer, puffins —nicknamed the clowns of the sea — entertain whale watchers.
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 […]
On weekends from May through October, visitors can settle into a coach or an open-air car for the 10-mile round trip aboard the Downeast Scenic Railroad.
Acadia’s bike-share program is part of an initiative to provide visitors with an alternative way to see the once bustling lumber town that straddles the Machias River and the roaring Bad Little Falls.
The Brooklin Inn, which features “real food, classically prepared,” sits in the middle of arguably the most literary town in Maine.
After opening the Jonesport Wood Co., Brack became especially known for fine hand tools associated with the early industries and technologies in Maine and New England.