Rockport

Town Landings

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 … Continue reading

Camden, Rockport + Hope

Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher, Maine magazine   Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher at Maine magazine   Every trip I make to the midcoast feels like a homecoming of sorts. The warmth, community, and beauty … Continue reading

Salt Water Farm At Union Hall

  When Annemarie Ahearn talks about her collection of copper pots, she leans forward conspiratorially, elbows on the table, and her cool blue eyes light up. She describes the long history of these gleaming vessels in the same tones in … Continue reading

Meg Weston

PROFILE-May 2013 By Sarah Braunstein Photographs by Matt Cosby Portrait of the Artist as Volcano Tourist: Meg Weston Journeys to the Maine Media Workshops and College   Surtsey, Iceland. November 15, 1963. An island volcano erupts. The earth cracks open, lava … Continue reading

Camden, Rockport + Rockland

48 HOURS-May 2013Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff:Susan Grisanti, Kevin Thomas + Jack Leonardi Kevin Thomas  Publisher FridayIt’s March; snow still covers the ground, and I’m experiencing a feeling well-known to full-time Mainers: the nagging question, “when will this winter end?” … Continue reading