Dear Maine, With your thousands of miles of coastline, it isn’t hard to come across a fishing community. Commercial fishing is a part of your history. More often than not, fishing is passed down from one generation to another. These
For our May issue, we asked readers to write a letter to Maine’s fishing industry.
Once my wife and I realized how long we’d likely be working from home because of the pandemic, we decided to relocate for a few months from Boston to my old hometown in South Addison, Maine. Getting out of the
For our March/April issue, we asked readers to write a letter about their first visit to the Pine Tree State.
Patrick Dempsey Cultivates his Maine Roots The actor tells us lessons he learned while growing up in Maine and what keeps him returning to his home state. by Katherine EnglishmanPhotography by Christina Wnek Issue: March/April 2021 Patrick Dempsey’s roots run
Dear Maine, We first met on the grey sand beaches of Wells. You introduced my childhood imagination to tide pools. I thought they were my own personal aquarium. Each day they were restocked, again and again. You gave me friendships.
For our January/February issue, we asked readers to write a letter to a teacher who made a difference in their life.
Losing, and finding, a prized possession in Portland.
Nick Tartaglione is a Boston-based architect and landscape photographer. He enjoys spending his time outdoors skiing, hiking, climbing, or riding his bike around northern New England. You can follow on Instagram @n_tartaglione. Last winter a group of friends and I