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.
Friday Evening When my boyfriend, Chris, and I arrive at the Topside Inn in Boothbay Harbor, we’re greeted with glasses of prosecco and warm homemade cookies. It’s the inn’s first weekend of the season, and owners Mark Osborn and Buzz
Visitors should explore all of this beautiful region, from Wiscasset and Damariscotta down to Southport, Boothbay Harbor, East Boothbay, and Boothbay proper, to get a true sense for why locals call this home and summer residents have made it their
After rainy weather for what feels like weeks, the sun is shining, and I have a case of spring fever. This weekend road trip can’t come fast enough.
Friday 1:00 p.m. Red’s Eats It’s pretty hard to drive through one of the cutest downtowns in New England and not stop for an ice cream cone at Red’s Eats, so I decide to pull over. Wiscasset’s downtown is perched
July 5, 2014 | Marianmade Farm in isiiscasset Photography by Sarah Der Photography Adam and Lindsay met at work and initially Lindsay played it safe, not wanting to be more than friends. However, after she tasted several of Adam’s
Garth Altenburg has been the Boys Camp Director at Camp Chewonki in Wiscasset since 2005. He began at Chewonki in 1988 when he was 15, spending time as a counselor, trip leader, and assistant director before assuming his current
REAL WEDDINGS-February 2014 Photographs by Hailey Tash Photography September 14 | Wiscasset “We like to tell people we met under a jungle canopy, but, really, it was at college,” says Lauren. Seven years later, there was a Christmas-day proposal
48 HOURS-July 2013 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Leanne Ouimet + Sophie Nelson Leanne Ouimet Editorial Assistant Friday 2:30 p.m. @ Red’s Eats I have driven by Wiscasset’s Red’s Eats more times than I can count but I’ve
A-LIST-April 2013 By Joe Hebert Photograph by Paul Giguere of the Maine Department of Transportation We spoke with Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr., director of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission, to learn about some of the most remarkable architecture in