Roxi Suger

Roxi Suger is a fashion designer and creator of the eco-friendly Angelrox line, which is manufactured in a converted Biddeford textile mill. Raised in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Suger attended the University of Alabama, and honed her skills in New York,

Palace Diner

Real Diner Food: Upgraded, Improved and Irresistible Back when the mill towns of Maine were bustling places staffed around the clock, hungry employees needed to be fed at all times of day. Diners were the original transportable lunch wagons and the

Saco + Biddeford

48HRS, The Online-Only Edition – Februrary 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Sarah Prak, Graphic Designer at The Brand Company   Sarah Prak, Graphic Designer at The Brand Company   I wait with anticipation in my Portland apartment for


A-LIST-August 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Sean Thomas Photography   01 Fortune’s Rocks Beach Biddeford With a name this auspicious, it’s only natural to expect a myriad of oceanic treasures. This two-mile crescent-shaped beach stretches from Biddeford Pool to Fortune’s

Johnny + Sarah

REAL WEDDINGS-February 2013 Photographs by Meredith Perdue and Li Ward August 6 | Biddeford Pool REAL WEDDINGS-February 2013 Sarah and Johnny’s midsummer wedding at her family home in Biddeford Pool gathered 220 family and friends for an oceanside ceremony and

Etsy Maine

A-LIST-January 2013 By Joe Hebert   01 Madder Root Janyce Boynton, Christina + Andy Lannan Madder Root of Old Town sells hand-printed organic linen tea towels, napkins, and produce bags. Founded on a desire to create a quality product and


SEE-November 2012 Philly/Kondor8’s It Just Happened Like That 2010, multimedia collage, 20″ x 16″ “The piece is multidimensional. It groups and it regroups. It comes together differently every time you look at it.” —Philly/Kondor8 The Kymara Gallery | 2 Main

The Osher Family

PROFILE-November + December 2011 By Kathleen MacKay Photographs by Christopher Churchill The Osher Family’s Credo: Giving Is a Way of Life.   “ “In our house, our parents kept a small rectangular tin can with a slot at the top, like