Ageless Maine

Ageless Maine is the magazine for people over 50 who look at their life as one filled with adventure, joy, and discovery. Published in partnership with AARP Maine, it focuses on those who have learned from their experiences and fearlessly and energetically look forward to the years that lie ahead—and to getting the most out of every moment.

A Whole New Level

Creative aspirations and family life spur a renovation and addition to a 1970s split-level home in Cape Elizabeth

Six Ways to Beat Cabin Fever this Month

March is a particularly challenging month in Maine. While the longer days hint that spring is on the way, there’s always the possibility of more snow and ice, and let’s not even talk about the mud. Sure, you could settle … Continue reading

Innovate

“Silver Tech”—defined as technology to help those over 55 enrich their lives—is attracting entrepreneurs and venture capitalists at a rapid rate. Healthy longevity, spending power, and the pervasiveness of smartphones is sparking innovations that improve mobility, safety, and joy for … Continue reading

Artists, Neighbors, and Friends

March art shows feature Barbara Sullivan and Abby Shahn

Trail to Table

Beach and boating season may be over until next year, but autumn in Maine, when the sun is bright and the air is crisp, is the ideal season for a hike. These easy-to-moderate hikes are all near good places for lunch—a just reward for getting out there and hitting the trail. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle and wear blaze orange during hunting season.

A Locavore Looks Forward

After 35 years in food, Waldoboro caterer Laura Cabot still thinks about what’s next

Life Well Crafted

Quilter Kate Adams and Woodworker Bob Collins take DIY to a high level at their home and garden in Kennebunkport

Growing Food, Love, and Community

Friends of Aroostook and Dale Flewelling harvest farm fresh produce for Mainers in need

Challenge & Opportunity

Governor Janet Mills on her administration’s plans and policies to benefit older Mainers—and the state as a whole.

Parallel Play

A Boothbay couple creates a love story in fiber and stone