Salt Cream Seafood Heat
We asked three Maine chowder aficionados — chefs Matt Spector and Christian Hayes and Governor Janet Mills — to share their favorite takes on the classic New England dish.
By Alexandra Hall
Where Have All the Phalaropes Gone?
Millions of showy little shorebirds once descended on Passamaquoddy Bay during their fall migration. Then, they vanished. Among those who remember the birds, the mystery of their disappearance presaged a new era of environmental change in Maine.
By Willy Blackmore
All But Crying With Color
Autumn brings a pastoral luster to the midcoast’s Camden Hills. Experience it in photos — then plan your getaway.
Photographed by Benjamin Williamson
North by East
Maine’s oldest towns square off in a York County border war, a once-neglected Waldoboro theater is reborn, and a buzzy new book looks at Penobscot identity in the 21st century. Plus, in Maine Dispatches, a Renys-themed honeymoon.
Food and Drink
This round’s on us: our Maine Drinks special highlights new uses for classic Maine ingredients — from apples to potatoes to seaweed — in wines, beers, spirits, teas, and more.
Good Things from Maine
A Wiscasset shopkeeper’s handmade brooms will sweep you off your feet, an Islesboro maker’s walking sticks will keep your feet planted, and you’ll learn new artisan feats during the annual Maine Craft Weekend.
A 1900 Waterville Foursquare that fulfilled one family’s Maine dream. New additions to a scandalous list of banished plants. Four historic Maine homes with great architecture and ghost stories.
Paid Content Section: Maine’s B Corps and ESOPs
More Maine companies are taking new approaches to business that emphasize their commitments to employees, their communities, the environment, and more.
Where in Maine
Editor’s note, reader feedback, responses to August’s Where in Maine, and more.
Waterfront: Maine-Built Electric Boats; Room With a View.
My Favorite Place
UMaine at Fort Kent soccer coach Oniqueky Samuels, on his town’s Lonesome Pine Trails.