Bar Harbor

Dr. Edison Liu

PROFILE-January 2014 By Susan Conley Photographs by Greta Rybus Dr. Edison Liu at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor: “It’s the Humpty Dumpty problem. I’m not saying we’re going to get there, but with the tools we have, I think

Town Hill Bistro

At the end of Crooked Road, across from the firehouse and near the general store, there’s a house that dates back to the late 1800s. It was home to the town surveyor, a school teacher, and a family who ran

Mache Bistro

It’s early May in Bar Harbor and the restaurants, bars, and shops are just starting to open for the season. As I explore the area and talk with the innkeepers, bartenders, and shop owners, they praise Mache Bistro for its

Public Gardens

A-LIST-May 2013 By Joe Hebert Photograph by William Cullina   01 Arboretum at Fort Williams Park Cape Elizabeth The Arboretum at Fort Williams Park is an ongoing community project that, once completed, will include 14 individual and unique landscapes around

Jack Perkins

Posted on February 26, 2013 By Joe Hebert Jack and Mary Jo Perkins left Los Angeles for Bar Harbor at the height of his Emmy-winning career. There, they found a new home in the form of their cabin, affectionately called Moosewood.

Mache Bistro

French technique and international flavors come together and prove that breaking the rules can yield some very delicious results. It is safe to say that, for most people, the word “bistro” conjures images of small Parisian cafes complete with servers

Taste of Bar Harbor 2012

My courageous battle with Dessert Night at the Taste of Bar Harbor 2012. In only its second year of existence, the Taste of Bar Harbor festival has already come quite a long way. Organized by the Chamber of Commerce, it