With incredible (and affordable) winter weekend getaways in every corner of the state, Maine doesn’t hibernate, and neither should you.
By Will Grunewald, Jen Hazard, and Brian Kevin
Abigail Gray Swartz created a totem of 21st-century feminism. Now, she’s out to remix whole cityscapes with monuments to history’s “hidden figures.”
By Erin Stewart Brown
2019 Down East Reader Photo Contest
The results are in. Thousands of you submitted gorgeous shots of the state’s landscapes, people, and wildlife. Here are the 10 shots we loved most.
North by East
The emerald ash borer threatens a tradition of Wabanaki basketry, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art becomes eclectic, and a frigid Baxter State Park tradition comes to an end. Plus, we’ll tell you who’s moving to Florida in Maine Dispatches.
Food & Drink
A still maker turned distiller at Etna’s Mossy Ledge Spirits, high-altitude comfort food at The Mountain Room, and White Barn Inn vet Derek Bissonnette’s toothsome all-soup cookbook.
Good Things from Maine
A glassblowing lesson with Montville’s David Jacobson Glass and a visit with the Zootility crew. Plus, Bespolk’s sassy Maine headgear.
A family-friendly South Portland bungalow, another round of our very own antiques roadshow, and three fantasy islands you can pretend to afford.
Where in Maine
Editor’s note, reader feedback, responses to October’s Where in Maine, and more.
Room With a View
My Favorite Place
Novelist Susan Conley on her family’s Phippsburg camp.