Gather, Yarmouth

It’s a dreary, Wednesday night, but as soon as I enter the yellow house on Main Street, the chill is gone and warmth envelops me. Although it’s only been open a few weeks, Gather already feels cozy, lived-in, and familiar. … Continue reading

Seagrass Bistro, Yarmouth

Driving down Route 1 in Yarmouth will reveal what is basically the town’s entire restaurant scene spread out over a few miles. Being a native myself, I grew up associating these offerings with old staples like Bill’s Pizza, Romeo’s Pizza, … Continue reading

Ingunn Milla Joergensen

SEE-June 2012 Ingunn Milla Joergensen’s Poetry Maine 2011, oil on canvas, 36″ x 48″ Joergensen’s painting Poetry Maine is inspired by the Shaker Village in New Gloucester. “It’s a place of tranquil beauty that’s completely devoid of clutter. The buildings and … Continue reading

Financial Fitness

WELLNESS-June 2012 By Genevieve Morgan Photographs by Cara Slifka   Cold, hard cash may not be the first thing that comes to mind when we think of wellness, but after listening to the gospel of Tom Shepard—holistic financial advisor, life … Continue reading

Canelli’s, Yarmouth

Posted on November 30, 2011 by Joe Ricchio Being a Yarmouth native myself, I can safely say that dining out there can be a bit tricky at times. More often than not, it is something I do for convenience sake … Continue reading

Bob Greene

Q+A-August 2011 By Tyler Boucher Photograph by David Sproul   NAME: Bob Greene Age: 75 Occupation: Journalist, Maine Historian As a Journalist, what are some of the most memorable events you’ve covered? I was at Martin Luther King Jr.’s funeral. I’ve covered airplane … Continue reading


  The Prodigal Son Returns: Joe Ricchio provides his favorite spots to eat and drink around the state.     SeaGrass Bistro With offerings that include pan-seared, five-spiced duck breast, and grilled olive-oil-marinated rib-eye, SeaGrass has definitely raised the bar … Continue reading