Don’t blink or you might miss it. It may be a tiny pop of color tucked under a bush or bears artistic lettering and balances […]
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 […]
Rosemary Levin is accomplished in rug hooking — an art form that involves pulling loops of yarn through a stiff woven base to create a […]
Afternoon sunlight streamed through the windows and soft guitar music filled the air at the Lighthouse Arts Center. The view of the Penobscot River’s deep […]
Pick any point in downtown Bar Harbor — a stretch of sidewalk, the front step of a restaurant, or a blade of grass on the […]
Planning a Maine vacation with kids in tow? Here are seven kid-friendly activities sure to be a hit with young travelers. Splish splash! What child […]
Fog locked the Ellsworth Public Library in a sea of gray, but the library’s Riverview Room felt sunny as some 20 children aged 10 months […]
Temple Blackwood, owner of Highland Woodturning in Castine, has been turning oak, cherry and other wood into bowls, spindles and other pieces since the early 1970s.
For seven weeks every summer, some of the nation’s most gifted young musicians flock to a wooded campus just off Route 15 in Blue Hill. […]
Erika Wibby Mitchell has opened Main Street Mercantile in a former gallery space.
At Gallery Mozelle, color and quality are common threads, whether it’s bold, mod-shaped enameled copper necklaces or zigzag- and dot-patterned glassware.
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 […]
Walking into the Eastport Fabric Emporium, a kaleidoscope of colors and patterns greets the eye. True to its name, the Water Street store stocks all […]
A regular customer stopped in recently at Blue Hill Books looking for Elizabeth Rosenthal’s newly-released “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How […]