With a new shop and some high-profile partnerships, a scion of Governor Percival Baxter goes all in on his passion for vintage-style outerwear.
Figurine queen Deb Butters tells us about going wild for her October solo exhibition.
Now located in the Bangor Mall, the Queen City megastore has enough room to display the works of nearly 500 makers.
Aspen Golann plans to use most of the cash to support the Chairmaker’s Toolbox, a nonprofit she founded in 2020.
Their family estimates he made between 800 and 1,000, many of which have flitted off to faraway homes.
For the facial-care gurus behind these balms and butters, a commitment to Maine-sourced ingredients is more than skin deep.
A summer guide to Maine-made tools, toys, and other gear to haul upta camp.
The world needs more welders. This South Portland startup is training the next generation of them.
More than 9,000 craftspeople from 44 countries have signed up to finish quilts, rugs, embroidery, weavings, baskets, and more.
From functional to fungal, a pair of cousins combine their love of woodworking and mushrooms.
Kelsey Parker, of Lewiston’s Garbedge Designs,
The annual tour fosters connections between the people who make pottery and the people who buy it.