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We've done the leg work by rounding up the best fairs, festivals, beaches, trails, golf courses and parks to visit - so you can do the enjoying. >> Summer Guide


Some of Maine's uniqueness comes naturally. But most of Maine's "weird" comes straight from the courageous, crafty -- dare I say, a little strange -- minds of our fair locals. >> 16 odd Maine spots and road trip-worthy curiosities


Lounging on the sand for three months straight isn't a bad way to spend the summer. But if you're looking for something a bit more memorable, check out our list: >> 10 (must-do, can't-miss) things to do this summer


Many breweries and wineries in the state offer tours, samples and excursions through the gift shop. So find a favorite, or seek out a new one, with our Maine Breweries and Wineries roundup: >> Maine Breweries and Wineries


With the mental health and happiness of all 9-to-5ers in mind, here are nine great places to do happy hour: >> 9 happenin' happy hours


It's 11 a.m. on a Sunday and you're ravenous for breakfast. Your impromptu overnight guest is insisting on lunch. Rather than go your separate ways, hit up one of these 11 Portland restaurants for brunch. >> 11 picks for brunch in Portland


Rest assured that a visit to any of these spots - or a trip for takeout - will always make you wish you could eat...just...one...more...piece: >> 9 Portland-area places for nearly perfect pizza


Resolved to meet knew people, market yourself or just generally "get out there" in 2012? Check out our Networking Guide, which includes meetups, business groups and social get-togethers that are sure to get you connected. >> Networking Guide


From the martini bars to the local dives, we're drinking it all in. >> Greater Portland Bar Guide


Winter is here for a while. Find ways to enjoy it with our roundup of January events, skating rinks, cross-country skiing trails and other adventurous things to do. >> Winter Guide


The air has gotten noticeably cooler. And the area greenery has turned into area brownery. It's an adjustment for the summer-loving, but fall has its perks too. Check out our roundup of things to do now that the beach is no longer an option. >> Fall things to do



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