“I always wanted to own a restaurant,” Joshua Mather tells me. “”When I was a kid drew out a big picture of my ideal place, complete with its own garden and my private quarters attached. It was called Lunchtime. ”

Beaches of Maine’s Southern Shore

“What do they long for, as I long for, one salt smell of the sea once more?” – Edna St. Vincent Millay In summer’s late-afternoon light, the weekend warriors and sun worshippers arrive, emptying out of their cars onto Fortunes Rocks

Courtney + Jesse

REAL WEDDINGS-February 2013 Photographs by David Murray Weddings October 6 | Wells   Courtney and Jesse met in boarding school, but didn’t get to know each other until they reconnected three years out of college. They knew within weeks of


A-LIST-April 2012 Photograph by Ben Krebs 01 Prouts Neck, Scarborough It’s all there—the seaweed-crusted coast, the craggy cliffs, the frothy gray sea anxious to spray your boots and cheeks. To walk along Prouts Neck is to walk through a Winslow Homer

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

Lobster Rolls

A-LIST-August 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photograph by Jonathan Laurence   01 The Lobster Shack at Two Lights Sure, this staple in Cape Elizabeth is a little touristy at times, but you’re right next to the ocean, on a stunning stretch