A new generation of sea farmers is expanding markets and creating new industries.
I always think the midcoast is farther away than it is. It’s an hour and a half from my home in Portland—that’s less time than my former New Jersey-to-New York City commute, and the scenery is a whole lot prettier.
Mainers have the privilege of witnessing the sense of community that oceanside towns possess—a type of community that can seldom be found anywhere else. Within these seaside enclaves, the town landing provides a meeting ground for locals and visitors, a
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Mali Welch, Art Director, The Brand Company Mali Welch, Art Director at The Brand Company I’m cruising Route One North in a truck with my new husband Derek, and we’re Midcoast-bound. Just
A-LIST-October 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Sean Thomas Photography 01 Hussey’s General Store Windsor Rumor has it that this is the largest general store in the state of Maine, an idea that’s reflected in the no-nonsense slogan: “If we
PROFILE By Jaed Coffin Photographs by Fred Field Talk of lobster with the L.L. Bean heiress. It’s a hot afternoon at the public wharf in Port Clyde. In the distance, two shirtless men on a roof hustle through some late-season
COOK-April 2010 By Annemarie Ahearn Styling + Photography by Stacey Cramp In the early spring, one of the few prized ingredients in Maine hails from the icy Atlantic Ocean. Maine shrimp—small, sweet, and succulent—are plentiful, and plenty cheap too.
March 2010 By Jamaica Kincaid Kenneth Noland, Earthen Bound, 1960, acrylic on canvas, 103.5 x 103.5 In 1994, the writer Jamaica Kincaid met Paige Rense, the editor of Architectural Digest, in North Bennington, Vermont, where they both lived. Rense