Food truck menus are small but mighty, much like the teams that own and operate them. The entrepreneurs behind these mobile restaurants focus on quality ingredients and thoughtful offerings.
Catching the boat for an end-of-summer visit to Vinalhaven, a granite island about 12 miles offshore from Rockland
Phil Crossman, philosopher of Carvers Harbor, observes Vinalhaven from his perch at Tidewater Motel
The shipwrecked artist finds a new creative life—again—on a Maine island.
Maine has over three million acres of conservation land. According to Dave Herring, executive director of Wolfes Neck Farm, the protected mountains, rivers, beaches, and islands are part of why we call Maine home. A lot of us are here
Homes that have been lived in, really lived in, hold inimitable characteristics: worn floorboards and grooves on the dinner table; the structure seems to age with the homeowner. Robert Indiana’s Vinalhaven home is one of these places. While he has
A-LIST-November 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Steve Kelly 01 Vinalhaven Ferry If you happen to be traveling after winter’s chill has set in, the ride to Vinalhaven is a moody and slightly austere way to experience the Atlantic
48 HOURS-featured in the 48HRS issue Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Steve Kelly Steve Kelly Associate Publisher The last time I was on North Haven was ten years ago. I drove a large U-Haul on to the
A-LIST-September 2012 By Joe Hebert 01 Lawson’s Quarry Vinalhaven This abandoned quarry turned swimming hole, located just north of the village, is the perfect place to cool off after a day of island exploration. The speckled granite, used to