EXPLORE NEW ENGLAND: MAINE
Believe it or not, it’s possible to walk into this building on the west side of downtown Portland, Maine and completely miss the shaggy, 8-foot-tall representation of Bigfoot.
Maine Restaurant Week underway
By Paul E. Kandarian, Globe Correspondent If you find yourself in Maine through March 10 and get hungry, consider the sixth annual Maine Restaurant Week,...
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Miles of scenic shoreline at Goose Rocks and Gooch’s beaches might be the chief attraction to Kennebunkport throughout the summer months.
From Maine's delicious blueberries to Rhode Island's tasty Dels frozen lemonade, check out these quitessentially New England treats.
There are over 4,000 islands in Maine, and almost all of them are covered in moss, fog, berries, and birds. Here are four island adventures that are close to shore but feel like a world away.
by reservation only, the museum will offer guided tours of the studio. By agreement with neighbors, tours are small and scheduled only in fall and spring.
The 90-foot Mary Day, which is celebrating its 50th season, is the first schooner in the Maine windjammer fleet built to accommodate passengers.
Seguin Island, 2½ miles off Maines shore, is home to Seguin Island Light Station.
Deer Isle and Stonington represent the most enduring mythic visions of coastal Maine: the rugged stony shore and the hardscrabble yet heroic labor of the lobster fishermen.
The citys high-end dining gets all the press, but there are plenty of budget-friendly choices. Heres a sampling from the downtown peninsula, listed by neighborhood.
Retail may reign, but yoga, movies, food, and other fun are gaining. If you have not been to Freeport in a few years, there is much that is new.
For some, December's Maine Indian Basketmakers Sale and Demonstration is a window into the history of their culture.
Explore the gems of Portland. These shops open a door to true expertise, where shopkeepers know their work so well that they can guide you to just the outfit, record, or cup of tea you're looking for.