48 HOURS-October 2013 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Heidi Kirn     Heidi Kirn Art Director, Maine Home+Design   Friday 3:00 p.m. @ 75 Market Street  We leave 75 Market Street with my two excited kids, Lily and Charlie,in the

Colby Museum of Art

  5600 Mayflower HillWaterville, ME 04901207.859.5600colby.edu/[email protected]   Free and Open to the PublicTuesday–Friday, 10am–5pmSunday, 12am–5pmClosed Mondays With one of the finest art collections at a liberal arts college, the Colby College Museum of Art offers a wide array of exhibitions

Coffee Clutch

EAT-October 2011 By Sandy Lang Photographs by Peter Frank Edwards Back in the car to meet three who are coaxing the roast in Maine.     Certain things must be done at the cabin in the morning. First, we open the


A-LIST-October 2011 By Sophie Nelson   01 Penobscot Narrows Bridge + Observatory While whooshing across the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, which spans the largest river in Maine, its thick suspension cables slice up the idyllic downeast views. But when you look out

Waterville + Winslow

  Each month Joe Ricchio gives local insight into his favorite places to eat and drink. He recommends that you pace yourself as you Eat Maine. 1 | Uncle Dean’s Good Groceries After vanquishing their competitors, “Auntie Mildred’s Outrageously Crappy

Susan Hiller

SEE-May 2011 By Deborah Weisgall Still from The J. Street Project, 2002Ð2005.  Video installation: single-channel projection, color, stereo, 67 minutes.  Colby College Museum of Art. Gift of Sally and Michael Gordon.   A grid of 303 small, numbered photographs with

Hot Sauces

A-LIST-November + December 2010 By Joe Ricchio   01 Buen Apetito Mexican Grill Jalisco Hot Ginger I love it when sauces truly capture the fruity flavor of habanero pepper—not just the heat. The balance is achieved beautifully in this sauce,

Randy Regier

PROFILE-April 2010 By Peter A. Smith Photographs by Scott Peterman Artist, craftsman, sculptor, dreamer   The entrance vestibule to the old brick Central Maine Power building, in a bleak industrial section of Waterville, is lit 24 hours a day. A