November 2013

The Fog Bar & Cafe

You would have to be an obsessive minimalist, or in possession of the prickliest taste buds in history, to be blind to the charms of the Fog Bar & Cafe. From the painted windows to the playful bar snacks, everything … Continue reading


48HRS – Online Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Katy Kelleher   Katy Kelleher, Online Editor   Friday I’ve lived in Maine for less than a year. Maine is still new to me, and I to Maine. But I’ve … Continue reading

Wolfe Tone

December 2013 By: Sophie Nelson Photography: Cyndi Smith   Wolfe Tone supports land trusts and conservation efforts throughout the state. Over the past few years, he has been engaged in the “Crocker project,” to purchase and protect 12,000 acres in … Continue reading

Bullwinkle’s at Night

Each Saturday night after the lifts shut down, Bullwinkle’s Bistro transforms from a busy lunch spot to a romantic, candlelit restaurant. Bullwinkle’s at Night was devised by Jon Rollins, Sugarloaf’s food and beverage director, and general manager John Diller. They … Continue reading

Shelley Koenig

WELLNESS-December 2013 By Sophie Nelson Photographs by Darin Back Whole Beyond the Breaking Point:Obstacle and adventure racer Shelley Koenig’s failure to fail and the discovery of her own limitlessness   After days of little to no sleep and coldness and wetness … Continue reading

Man Made

TRAVEL – December 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photographs by C.A. Smith Photography The Grassroots Movement to Bring Bikers to Carrabassett Valley   The smell of sweat—clean, hard-won, athletic sweat—mingles in the air with the other scents familiar to the weekend … Continue reading

John Diller

PROFILE-December 2013 By Susan Conely Photographs by Matt Cosby “Nothing is Hidden Here. It’s Big. It’s Steep. It’s Huge.”   Imagine it’s mid-February in Maine, Friday night, and you’re driving the last stretch of dark road from Kingfield to Sugarloaf. A … Continue reading