Cape Elizabeth

Sea Glass at the Inn by the Sea, Cape Elizabeth

I’ve never been to the Sea Glass restaurant located inside the Inn by the Sea, so on a recent, unseasonably warm December morning, I drive out to visit the property. On the way, I stop by Crescent Beach to take

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

Olympia Snowe

PROFILE-October 2012 By Jaed Coffin Photographs by James Allen Walker   It’s the last day of May. The Portland Head Light parking lot is dappled with wandering tourists. Beyond them, a gang of shirtless high school boys spreads mulch for

Penny Jordan

PROFILE-August 2011 By Maura Ewing Photograph by Winky Lewis Thanks to a network of tenacious farmers, eating local during the summer months is an easy option—and an enticing one. Cape Elizabeth’s Penny Jordan enjoys bringing her renowned vegetables to everyone

Tri for a Cure

FEATURE- July 2011 By Maura Ewing Photographs by Cara Slifka Celebrate survival. Spread hope. Honor loved ones lost. In the four short years since its creation, Tri for a Cure has become one of the most popular events in the

Eliot Cutler

PROFILE-July 2011 By Chelsea Holden Baker Photographs by Cig Harvery The man who ran for governor talks about building a home for political orphans, Maine’’s competitive advantages, and bringing Confucius to the Pine Tree State.   We sit down at


FEATURE-May 2011 By Tyler Boucher Photographs by Thomas Birtwistle Some of the oldest and most revered buildings in Maine are chapels. After decades filled with ecclesiastical gatherings and non-denominational celebrations alike, these sanctuaries are still in use today, serving their