With Bath’s seaside-town charm, Phippsburg’s natural beauty, and Georgetown’s working waterfront, this coastal region lets visitors enjoy a true Maine lifestyle.
Following their success in Brunswick, a family of restaurateurs makes another splash in Bath.
My husband, Byron, picks me up at the offices of Maine Media Collective and we take off for our weekend in Brunswick and Bath. This short escapade is just what the doctor ordered.
Will and Pia Neilson have owned Solo Bistro for 11 years. Pia’s previous design experience is evident in the restaurant decor from the colorful seating and blond wood tables set with geometric white plates to the graphic rugs and art
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff Bath has always been a familiar place for me. My father’s studio has been on Front Street for many years and I remember walking up and down that hill full of shops as
As a leading shipbuilder and defense contractor, General Dynamics Bath Iron Works builds sea-going juggernauts for the powerful U.S. Navy. To encourage employees to be as rigorous about their health as they are about their work, the company is increasingly
October 12, 2013 | Maine Maritime Museum in Bath Photographs by Emily Delamater After years of friendship and dating, Megan and Cole were living in Denver. One weekend, she was home visiting family in Georgetown, Maine, while Cole was
Chefs are fond of proclaiming their dedication to farm-to-table, but even those without culinary degrees are enjoying the bounty of the natural landscape, thanks to a proliferation of farmers’ markets. Bringing the consumer closer to the producer, these markets are
48HRS – March 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Susan Grisanti, Editor-in-Chief Susan Grisanti, Editor-in-Chief Bath is a town rich with artists, music, great food, a strong sense of community and some of the purest and most