Sandy shorelines to run along and rocky islands to scramble over—there are some places along Maine’s 3,000 miles of coastline for you and your furry companion.
Dotted with beaches and saltwater inlets, these coastal communities may be best known for their summertime vistas, but their shops, restaurants, and family-friendly activities make them year-round destinations.
In the middle of winter, nothing beats a hot cup of coffee and fresh baked goods. With an array of talented bakers using local ingredients, Maine’s bakeries offer treats that will satisfy any craving.
A luxurious, dog-friendly hotel is home base for a weekend of exploring three neighboring seaside communities with two lively pups in tow.
The best things often happen when you least expect them. “Comrades” in the restaurant business, Stephanie Brown and Laura Argitis have been friends for over a decade. Brown, chef and owner of the late, great Seagrass Bistro in Yarmouth, would
Famous for incredible beaches and lighthouses, these postcard-worthy communities just south of Portland also offer exciting, high-quality culinary and shopping destinations.
Chris Tyll, the owner of Easy Day in South Portland is a retired Navy SEAL, and that experience shows up in almost everything he does. He runs the bowling alley, restaurant, and events space with precision, excellent planning, and a
July 5, 2014 Spring Point Light and Southern Maine Community College in South Portland
Virginia Dearani is the founder and director of the One Tree Wholistic Learning Center and the Roots and Fruits preschool program in South Portland. The staff and children of Roots and Fruits are diverse in social and economic culture and
There are many, many fun things to do in Maine in the summer. Maybe bowling does not instantly come to mind. “Summer is the quiet season at Bayside Bowl,” says owner Charlie Mitchell. “We’re on the opposite schedule of most