January 2017

Seafood for Thought

The Gulf of Maine, a diverse watershed stretching from Cape Cod to the southern tip of Nova Scotia, has historically been one of the richest fishing grounds in the world. Its famously plentiful codfish sustained early settlers—the Pilgrims survived one winter … Continue reading

Maine Magazine | Trail to Ale 10k | Maine Running

Race Day

Most road races start early in the morning, and the Trail to Ale 10K is no exception. The sky is gray and a light mist clings to the crowd gathering on Portland’s Eastern Promenade. Several runners sprint over from the … Continue reading

Maine Magazine | Maine Coast Taijiquan |Ken Ryan

Master Class

The tidy, shingled barn tucked back off Main Street in South Freeport is newer than most of its neighbors, but easily blends into the classic New England village. With skylights and a tall, windowed cupola, its second floor looks from … Continue reading

Maine Magazine | Elizabeth Drucker | The Ballet School

Elizabeth Drucker

At first we do not see their bodies. Two sets of dark eyes watch us through the husks of the October garden. They do not bark, but remain vigilant until Elizabeth Drucker opens the door of her ballet studio and calls … Continue reading