With the State House in Augusta, the quintessential New England community of Gardiner, and the nightlife in Hallowell, Maine’s capital region is a hub of activity perfect for a weekend getaway.
48HRS, The Online-Only Edition – April 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Kelly Clinton, Online Editor Kelly Clinton, Online Editor I drive to Hallowell on Friday evening with my friend, Renee, who has never been to … Continue reading
Art . Craft . Design 263 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 207.512.4679 monkitree.com email@example.com 10am–6pm, Tuesday–Friday 12am–6pm, Saturday or by appointment Monkitree offers a diverse selection of fine art and craft to meet the needs of both new … Continue reading
WELLNESS-May 2012 By Genevieve Morgan Photographs by Cara Slifka Finding Harmony with Acupuncture Associates Ts’ao-Ts’ao, a warrior-poet in third-century China, was notorious for his skillful tactics and bold maneuvers in war. As family legend has it, Fern and … 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
October 2009 by Kristen Andresen Lainsbury | Photography by Natalie Conn | Illustration by Karen Gelardi Hallowell might be billed as the states smallest city, but its downtown feels big enough for a weekend excursion. Or as a perfect start … Continue reading