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Back When “Working Waterfront” Meant Just That

Photojournalists preserved these scenes from the midcoast Maine working waterfront during the 1940s through 1970s.

Letters to the Editor - Issue 147

Letters to the Editor - Issue 147

Our Grand Experiment

Our Grand Experiment

Almanack 147 — Welcome Downeast

Summer arrives downeast and nature comes alive.

The Maine I Love — Heather Perry

Images of summer in Maine, on the water and at camp, by Heather Perry.

Welcome Downeast

Spring is on the way, and then summer. Rob McCall discusses lupines, opening up the “camp,” and other harbingers of warm weather.

Grandeur on the Lake

A Kezar Lake mansion built in 1908 had deteriorated by the time the current owners bought it in 2012. Instead of tearing down the historic house and starting over, they brought it back to life.

Seaweed, lighthouses, housefloats, and one very intrepid sailor

Seaweed, lighthouses, housefloats, one very intrepid sailor, and news from around the state.

Letters to the Editor - Issue 146

Letters To the Editor — Issue 146

You are invited...

You are invited...

The Maine I Love - Jane Kurko

Views of Maine by Jane Kurko.

Welcome Downeast

Rob McCall praises spring birds, blooms, and the white-tailed deer.

Lost birds, kelp farms, and more!

News On the Town Dock - Issue 145

Letters to the Editor - Issue 145

Thoughts from our readers.