March 2013

Five-0, Ogunquit

Five-0 is gearing up for their tenth season, and I can feel the energy and enthusiasm as soon as I walk in the door. The restaurant closes for three weeks at the end of February and owners Donato Tramuto and … Continue reading

Guide: Maine Summer Camps

FEATURE-April 2013 Photograph by Fred Field Our comprehensive guide to the camps     Click to download a printable PDF of our comprehensive camp listing Acadia Institute of Oceanography Seal Harbor | acadiainstitute.com Located in the heart of Mount Desert … Continue reading

Walter’s, Portland

Having worked in the restaurant business for a number of years, I tend to avoid eating out when I know places are packed and servers are stressed, namely Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and New Year’s Eve. One exception to my … Continue reading

South Coast Cozy

LOCATION-April 2013 By Sandy Lang Photographs by Peter Frank Edwards The ground and trees are bursting with green, and the damp chill of fog is moving through the scenery on the drive south into York County. Before summertime tourists arrive, … Continue reading

The New Digital Citizens

FEATURE-April 2013 By Jaed Coffin Photographs by Fred Field Maine’s one-to-one laptop initiative in action—a decade later.   It’s just after ten in the morning on the last day of January, and in Emily Vail’s second-period sophomore English class at … Continue reading

John Carnes

SEE-April 2013   John Carnes’s Combing Her Hair 2011, graphite over a watercolor wash, 15″ x 11″ “Combing Her Hair originated in a group life–drawing session in Brunswick. During a break the model leaned forward to brush her hair before taking … Continue reading

Richard Blanco

POETRY-April 2013 Poem by Richard Blanco Artwork: Schoodic Point by Anna Low   “One Today” One sun rose on us today, kindled over our shores, peeking over the Smokies, greeting the faces of the Great Lakes, spreading a simple truth … Continue reading