There’s a lot more to the often overlooked mid-coastal Maine than lobster. but the lobster is amazing.
Small, handsome, and often beleaguered this surprisingly cosmopolitan Maine city has had a history of clawing its wav baclk from oblivion—and today,it’s on an upswing again
A small but dependable pleasure of travel is encountering such blazons of civic pride as “Welcome to the City of Cheese, Chairs, Children, and Churches!”
When their side lost the Revolution, New Englanders who had backed Britain packed up, sailed north, and established the town of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. It still flourishes.
The richly embellished account book of an eighteenth-century sea captain, newly discovered in a Maine attic
… you could battle for clean government, champion virtue, improve the public school, defend the consumer, arbitrate taste, and write lean, telling prose. Or at least that was the author’s dream. Here’s the reality.
The Passion of Percy Baxter—
From a way Down East came a stench of politics and potatoes, and news of a border incident that true patriots will long remember as