Friday Evening When my boyfriend, Chris, and I arrive at the Topside Inn in Boothbay Harbor, we’re greeted with glasses of prosecco and warm homemade cookies. It’s the inn’s first weekend of the season, and owners Mark Osborn and Buzz … Continue reading
Visitors should explore all of this beautiful region, from Wiscasset and Damariscotta down to Southport, Boothbay Harbor, East Boothbay, and Boothbay proper, to get a true sense for why locals call this home and summer residents have made it their … Continue reading
Nearly every day for five years, Kelly Farrin drove past the shuttered Carriage House Restaurant on his way to work at Primo in Rockland. He lived on Ocean Point in East Boothbay, a particularly scenic piece of land that juts into Linekin … Continue reading
Good live music has an energy and intimacy that can’t be captured through recordings. Thankfully, there are plenty of venues all across Maine to experience those special performances—from restored opera houses to riverfront pavilions to snowmobiling pit stops.
After rainy weather for what feels like weeks, the sun is shining, and I have a case of spring fever. This weekend road trip can’t come fast enough.
Linekin Bay Resort is a beloved tradition for families who have been vacationing there for generations. They come from all over the country to enjoy the spectacular setting, the shade of pine trees, water activities and the welcoming, homey atmosphere. … Continue reading
Nancie Atwell: the Maine educator who won the Global Teacher Prize One summer day in 1975, a young couple parked at Hendricks Head Beach on Southport. It was a quiet, narrow stretch of sand with large dark rocks rising … Continue reading
01 Press Hotel | Portland This boutique hotel on upper Exchange Street in downtown Portland gathered all of its interior inspiration from the building’s history as the former headquarters for the Portland Press Herald. Inside find art installations inspired by … Continue reading
A summer colony for centuries, this harbor is just 60 miles northeast of Portland on a peninsula of coves, sailboats, islands, lighthouses, and ultra-devoted residentsboth natives and newcomers. For a couple of summer days, were exploring some of whats timeless … Continue reading
Friday 1:00 p.m. Red’s Eats It’s pretty hard to drive through one of the cutest downtowns in New England and not stop for an ice cream cone at Red’s Eats, so I decide to pull over. Wiscasset’s downtown is perched … Continue reading