Brunswick + 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.


Before Frontier, owner Michael Gilroy led month-long expeditions to places along the Silk Road through Russia, China, and the Middle East. It was an adventurous life, but when the business died down after 9/11, he pondered his next step, brainstorming


Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff My bags are packed and I’m ready to hit the road. I bid farewell to my colleagues and head out of the office to beat the 5 p.m. traffic. I pick up my

Secondhand Finds

Secondhand stores give relics of the past new life and reward customers with the satisfaction of spontaneously wandering in and finding a one-of-a-kind item. Visit any of these stores, and you’ll find it to be true: they just don’t make

Enoteca Athena

Showcasing a playful and creative fusion of classic Greek and Italian fare, Enoteca Athena provides a warm, comfortable setting as well as a very strong wine list and drink program. In essence, Enoteca Athena in Brunswick epitomizes much of what

Annie + Kenny, Brunswick

June 14, 2014 | First Parish Church and Private Home in Brunswick Photographs by Kate Crabtree Photography   Kenny lived in the same building as some of Annie’s friends, and whenever Annie visited them, she’d bump into Kenny. “After months of

Bowdoin College Museum of Art

Art From Within It’s easy to lose yourself inside the Bowdoin College Museum of Art. Not because it is big or grand, but because it houses pieces that demand a deeper look, a lingering presence. Art is all around here,