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Fitz Henry Lane Painting in Searsport Museum
A Fitz Henry Lane painting joins the PMM collection
Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show 2017
Three days of handcrafted products on the Rockland waterfront.
Something in the Water?
Tiny Harpswell, Maine, has inspired more than its share of writers, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Elizabeth Strout.
Alexandra Tyng finds inspiration for her paintings by looking at the landscape from the air.
A Home Project
After building many fine homes for others, this contractor knew just what he wanted when it came time to build a house for himself.
Ancient Swordfish Hunters
Thousands of years ago a mysterious people, known for the red powder found in their graves, lived on the Maine coast. An archeological site on North Haven provided clues about their culture.
For your reading pleasure...
New books on the shelf...
The Art of Leaving a Legacy
A handful of Maine artists have left legacies to promote future artists.
Farm To Table
Chef and restaurateur Sam Hayward pays close attention to the source of his ingredients, teaching the rest of us to think about where our food comes from, and leading a food movement in Maine.
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bedazzled
"Night Stories" is both a book and two art exhibitions, pairing the work of writers and artists.
Way Back When 147 — Summer Colonies
Bayville in East Boothbay was one of many post-Civil War summer colonies in Maine.
Maine Master: Philip Barter
From lively narratives to stylized landscapes, downeast painter Philip Barter is a Maine master.
Bigfoot, libidos, telephones?
Bigfoot, libidos, telephones? There’s a museum for that. Learn about some of the state’s more eccentric and museums.
The problem: a steep cliff with 52 steps. The solution: an automated tram that carries people and cargo with the push of a button.
When an artist couple wanted to build his-and-her studios on a remote island, they turned to Houses and Barns by John Libby.