June 2012

Clementine, Brunswick

Delicious and well-executed cuisine at Clementine in Brunswick. One of the most appealing elements of the town of Brunswick is that one can park their car on Maine Street and find a multitude of diverse eateries, all easily reachable on … Continue reading

Kennebunkport Fest 2012

And so it begins… The 2012 Kennebunkport Festival, day one. Though the Kennebunkport Festival technically starts on Tuesday, June 5, this doesn’t stop me from indulging in Monday-evening margaritas at Pedro’s to “warm up” for the long week that lies … Continue reading

Jean Becker

Q&A-June 2012   NAME: Jean Becker AGE: 56 OCCUPATION: Chief of staff to President George H. W. Bush How did you get to know and work for President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush? My background is in journalism. I … Continue reading

Megan Grumbling

POETRY-June 2012 Poem by Megan Grumbling Edited by Gibson Fay-LeBlanc Artwork by Sam Guay   “Purge” in the Bethel sauna Supine and stripped, we’re bent in crooked thrall to yellow pine’s rash blaze and roar. Sludge seeps from us logged … Continue reading

Ingunn Milla Joergensen

SEE-June 2012 Ingunn Milla Joergensen’s Poetry Maine 2011, oil on canvas, 36″ x 48″ Joergensen’s painting Poetry Maine is inspired by the Shaker Village in New Gloucester. “It’s a place of tranquil beauty that’s completely devoid of clutter. The buildings and … Continue reading

Financial Fitness

WELLNESS-June 2012 By Genevieve Morgan Photographs by Cara Slifka   Cold, hard cash may not be the first thing that comes to mind when we think of wellness, but after listening to the gospel of Tom Shepard—holistic financial advisor, life … Continue reading

Eric Bettencourt

LISTEN-June 2012 By Sophie Nelson Photograph by Matt Cosby   Eric Bettencourt is a man who lives by a familiar idiom: If you want something done right, do it yourself. When the time came to record his first album a … Continue reading

Fish Camp Remote

When you have to get to a place by floatplane, you’re either heading somewhere or into the middle of nowhere. Either way, it’s time to take off. Naturally, we fall into the rhythm of the camp. I go to the … Continue reading

Angus King

PROFILE-June 2012 By Jaed Coffin Photographs by Jack Montgomery + courtesy of Angus King Another Great Compromise: The Unretirement of Angus King   It’s a cold and sunny Saturday morning in early April and Angus King, a month after announcing … Continue reading