In the tight-knit community of Bailey Island, Cook’s has been a mainstay for 60 years. When Jennifer and Nick Charboneau purchased the waterfront restaurant last year, the neighborhood held their collective breath, wondering what would happen to this beloved institution.
48HRS – April 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Katy Kelleher, Managing Editor Katy Kelleher, Managing Editor Brunswick is a short 30-minute drive from my home, but I don’t often venture this way, despite the
A-LIST-October 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Sean Thomas Photography 01 Hussey’s General Store Windsor Rumor has it that this is the largest general store in the state of Maine, an idea that’s reflected in the no-nonsense slogan: “If we
A-LIST-June 2013By Joe HebertPhotographs by Sean Thomas 01 Marginal WayOgunquitDonated to the town of Ogunquit in 1925, this mile-long expanse of oceanfront begins in Perkins Cove and takes you right into the center of downtown. During the summer months, massive
A-LIST-October 2011 By Sophie Nelson 01 Penobscot Narrows Bridge + Observatory While whooshing across the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, which spans the largest river in Maine, its thick suspension cables slice up the idyllic downeast views. But when you look out