Rugged Seas repurposes old hauling pants into backpacks, totes, and more
A photographer documents the faces of logging in the North Maine Woods and beyond
Dear Maine, It was love at first sight. You had me at the “Welcome” sign at the Jetport. I was nervous. I was a refugee and worried how to build a new life in Maine. Ours, like most love affairs, … Continue reading
The Portland Museum of Art’s new chief curator Shalini Le Gall on how museums can be more inclusive to a diverse community
Family-to-Table A cookbook celebrates Maine’s bicentennial and cultural history by Paul KoenigPhotography courtesy of Karl Schatz Issue: September 2020 The Maine Bicentennial Community Cookbook is less of a cookbook than it is a compendium of our family histories, told through … Continue reading
Despite the cancellation of Maine’s bicentennial events, we have a lot to consider and celebrate over our 200 years
Peaks Island, the most populous of all the Casco Bay islands, is a playground for anyone who loves being on the ocean, outdoor exploring, and good food—only a 15-minute ferry ride from downtown Portland.
For 90 years and counting, candlepin bowling, scenic boat rides, ice cream cones, and lobster bakes are summer traditions at the classic Sebasco Harbor Resort
Down a wooded lane on Deer Isle at the edge of Goose Cove is an expanded version of Aragosta, chef Devin Finigan’s restaurant that relocated here from Stonington in 2019. Let the sights, sounds, and flavors of the island begin.
Venture beyond the coastline to see Maine’s largest wildlife