News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Now Warner is scaling up the business with the development of an injection-molded composite seat, with the choice of steel frame or pedestal, for volume production...
Bucksport’s poet laureate has lived there nearly all her life. And from her corner of Maine, she’s also one of the state’s best-known poets...
Two publications came out just as the world was shutting down...
On March 16, 1820, cannons boomed and a glamorous ball (attended by the state’s then-acting governor, William King) was held at Portland’s Union Hall to celebrate Maine finally—after more than 30 years of trying—becoming a state.
Each island micro-business is a particular thread in the overall weave of island life. My gallery, 19-years-old this year, has become a place for people to see...
Mostel found the western coastline of Monhegan to be a sanctuary that met his needs: isolated, inexpensive, and hard to get to.
Living for a number of years now in rural western Maine with her husband, she is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and gun ownership rights
With no place to hunt, these bears feed on the “hormone-fed sides of beef” they find in the city.
We say something by making art, something that we can’t say any other way.