For 27 years Stuart Kestenbaum served as the director of Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle. Now the interim president at Maine College of Art and Maine’s poet laureate, Stuart tells a story about his personal connection to
“The clothes you wear are so much more than what other people see; they can help you create and energizing and healing frame of mind. A whole new you.” Carrie Montgomery is an image and brand consultant for female entrepreneurs.
Eileen Hornor is a consummate host. The owner of the Brunswick Inn warmly greets me on a chilly spring day, and I know we’ll hit it off. While rain splatters the tall windows, we settle comfortably into the living room.
“Law matters. I am proof. Lawyers matter. They are the heroes that stand between justice and injustice.” Danielle Conway is the Dean of the University of Maine School of Law in Portland and a professor of law. In her Maine
Charming and quintessential—whether you are a native of Maine or from afar—Camden and Rockport offer breathtaking views, memorable dining, and enjoyment in all areas of interest.
From high-end cabinetry to limitededition books and vintage trinkets, local antique sellers curate utopias of nostalgia for all shoppers.
When Lucas St. Clair was advocating for the creation of the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument he set up a card table at the East Millinocket dump and stood at the end of grocery store lines so he could
Every day we comb through our Instagram feed hashtag to find image from followers documenting our state. On Instagram we share a capture of the day, while each month in Maine magazine we highlight one of those photos.
How the Alfond Youth Center became a model for the country and helped transform central Maine’s future
The third time’s a charm. After being named finalists for the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef: Northeast three years in a row, Mike Wiley and Andrew Taylor have brought home the prize. The two are chefs and co-owners of three