A long-time Boothbay favorite has been reborn under local chef-owner Kelly Farrin. He combines years of experience at Primo with local sensibilities, offering a menu full of idealized classics like shrimp and grits, lobster pappardelle, and a big grilled rib eye. The decor is nostalgic and nautical, with an agreeable, casual vibe.
Address388 Ocean Point Rd.
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From award-winning short stories to published novellas, teenage authors are making their mark.
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Emily and Nate Peterson have a problem. The couple, who moved to Bucksport and had their first baby just before the pandemic hit, discussed childcare when preparing to start a family, but they had no idea how obsessive they would
A couple’s shared aesthetic shines at home and work.
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