March 2018

Capture

I moved to Kennebunk from New York City just a year ago. My girlfriend, Jackie, and I had visited many times, and we fell in love with the town, including its friendly people and photogenic natural beauty. Ever since our … Continue reading

General Stores

Town Landing Market | Falmouth Located in a historic 1880 building, Town Landing Market is a local hub for fresh produce and groceries, with a front porch that provides a relaxing spot to while away a spring day. The newly … Continue reading

El Camino + Salt Pine Social

Conventional wisdom holds that three is a crowd, but Eloise Humphrey, Daphne Comaskey, and Paul Comaskey are not at all conventional. The trio have spent years together in the restaurant business: 3 years in Northern California and the past 14 in Maine, … Continue reading

Something Old, Something New

One day back in 2015, John Jefferson was busy removing siding from his old barn in Sidney when he found an unexpected piece of history lurking in the walls. He peeled back the old cedar shakes to reveal pages and pages … Continue reading

The Lure of Libby

Just one pancake, but it’s as big as the dinner plate. The edges are nearly jutting over the side. “We told you,” the hunters across the wide wooden table are saying, nodding knowingly as I reach for the maple syrup. … Continue reading

Maine Camps Listing

317 MAIN COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER CAMP Yarmouth | Coed | Day | Ages 6–15 | 317main.org Camp 317 offers high-quality instruction in a relaxed setting for children ages 6–10 who want to try out a range of acoustic instruments and … Continue reading

Summer of Saying Yes

Pulling in to Camp Nashoba North, the sight of horse barns makes me wish that, instead of being behind the wheel with a notebook, I were in the back seat with a duffel bag, an eager girl being delivered to … Continue reading

Quisisana Summer

A joyous cacophony of voices intermingles with the steely clink of cutlery and the sneakered footfalls of waitstaff. The scent of sun- warmed evergreens drifts in through an open door. A young camper samples a Maine wild blueberry cobbler as she chats with her … Continue reading

Joshua Broder | Tilson

Tilson CEO Joshua Broder, the “accidental technologist from Maine,” speaks abut his experiences in the military leading highly motivated people, working together in the service of a bigger mission, and how those experiences helped him establish a company that builds … Continue reading