A summertime paradise for boaters, fishermen, and campers, Maine’s second-largest lake offers myriad opportunities for fun and relaxation on and off the water.
In Italy and other parts of Europe, it’s not unusual to find a restaurant attached to a service station. In fact, while not gourmet, some surprisingly excellent meals can be found at these roadside stops. William Holmes was aware of … Continue reading
September 13, 2014 | Camp Wildwood in Bridgton Photographs by Nadra Photography Emily and Nigel met in graduate school while studying biology at Harvard. After an evening of bioluminescent kayaking on Tomales Bay, Nigel proposed to Emily at a … Continue reading
Movie theaters from around the state that made our A-List. Forget about $15 tickets and dizzying displays of digital wonder—these movie theaters are a little bit old school, a little bit indie, and full of character. Grab a beer, some … Continue reading
FEATURE-August 2011 By Tyler Boucher Photographs by Matt Kalinowski Maine has a surprising number of historic drive-in theaters—five steadfast theaters remain in operation today, despite some lean years since their inception. WESTBROOK Westbrook’s Prides Corner Drive-In holds 550 cars—the largest … Continue reading
A-LIST-October 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photograph by Kate Kelley 01 A1 Diner Though I decided to keep it simple and get the burger made with beef from a local farm, the options here are more diverse than those at … Continue reading