South Portland

Walking on Air

By Chelsea Holden Baker Photographs by Kristin Teig We did not take to the sky like a bird. We did not soar. We were born aloft in the lightest sense of the word—like a spore or downy seed. And we

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

Thirty-one Number Ones

EAT FEATURE-March 2011 Edited by Susan Grisanti Photographs by Dan Soley In the October 2009 issue of Bon Appétit magazine, restaurant editor Andrew Knowlton gave Portland the prized title “America’s Foodiest Small Town.” He wrote, “My scouting (aka eating) trips


September 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photographs by Jonathan Laurence     01 Smokin’ Good BBQ The meaty, falling-off-the-bone ribs are dry-rubbed Memphis-style and served out of a roadside trailer. The dining room consists of picnic tables and Route 2 —

Ice Cream

A-LIST-July 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photographs by Jonathan Laurence   01 Tubby’s Ice Cream I would recommend enjoying your Frozen Frenzy with snickers and heath bar in an Adirondack chair beside the Old Mill Pond, while listening to Kenny Loggins

48 Hours In…South Portland

  April 2010 | By Chelsea Holden Baker  | Photographs by Amanda Kowalski  | Illustration by Karen Gelardi Portland’s best-kept secret Every April (but this year on March 27th), Southern Maine Community College hosts its annual International Food Festival, “A