The Yard

FEATURE-May 2013 By Jaed Coffin Photographs by Fred Field Driving north to anywhere on Route 1, you can’t miss the orange and white boom of Crane 11 rising over Maine’s City of Ships like a sentinel from another planet.  

Brunswick, Harpswell + Bath

48 HOURS-April 2013 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Susan Grisanti, Kevin Thomas + Emily McConnell                                      Susan Grisanti Editor-in-Chief Friday I have a one-track

Tori Anna Designs

Capes—Bags West Bath, ME 04530 207.650.1268 [email protected]   Carry a timeless work of art made of supple yet durable leathers, wool tartans, or woven cottons. All bags are lined with beautiful plush fabrics or ultrasuede—because the inside counts. Envelop

Evelyn Dunphy

  Watercolors and pastels 596 Foster Point Road West Bath, ME 04530 207.443.5045 [email protected]   A Signature member of the New England Watercolor Society and juried member of the International Guild of Realism, Evelyn Dunphy’s paintings have been exhibited

Turkey Trots

A-LIST-November 2012 By Joe Hebert 01 Maine-ly Moose Portland 5K Race 11.10 | Deering Oaks Park This off-road course is a classic “old-fashioned” race—complete with self-proclaimed bad jokes from the race director before and after the event. This year’s Maine-ly Moose


A-LIST-May 2011 By Melissa Coleman Photographs by Kari Herer   01 Brown Goldsmiths As a Freeport resident, this lovely husband-and-wife shop, established in 1971, is the first place I would go for a top-quality, Maine-made ring with style. The personalized


A-LIST-January + February 2011 By Joe Ricchio Photography Laurie O’Neil   01 George’s Pizza Nothing excites me more than when I see “meatball” on the list of pizza toppings. Even though people give me funny looks when I order it,

Ann Prescott

WORKSPACE-September 2010 Photograph by Meggan Gould Ann Prescott’s wood-turning studio in Bath is a 12-by-20-foot garage, where chunks of raw wood are literally turned into vessels, both functional and decorative.   Prescott trained as a counselor and worked for twenty

48 Hours In…Bath

  March 2010 | By Chelsea Holden Baker | Photographs by Michael Heiko  | Illustration by Karen Gelardi “The city of ships” is also the city of shops. One of America’s best main streets can be the starting point for