Known for his large-scale public installations, Aaron T Stephan doesn’t want to create work that everyone likes.
Former chef Barton Seaver talks about the barriers to people eating more seafood and why Maine should embrace aquaculture.
Dear Maine, You lured me in with a kayak. The promise of after-work sunset paddles, summer outings on lakes, and island hopping was a vision hatched in my city apartment that you brought to life. To be honest, life with
Maine's biggest concert promoter Lauren Wayne, on what it's been like to run the State Theater during a pandemic, and why she moved to Portland 20 years ago.
Making Friends of Enemies in the Maine Woods In his nearly three decades with Seeds of Peace, Timothy Wilson has worked with campers from all over the world. by Paul KeonigPhotography by Nicole Wolf Issue: May 2021 Timothy Wilson has
Dear Maine, With your thousands of miles of coastline, it isn’t hard to come across a fishing community. Commercial fishing is a part of your history. More often than not, fishing is passed down from one generation to another. These
Patrick Dempsey Cultivates his Maine Roots The actor tells us lessons he learned while growing up in Maine and what keeps him returning to his home state. by Katherine EnglishmanPhotography by Christina Wnek Issue: March/April 2021 Patrick Dempsey’s roots run
Dear Maine, We first met on the grey sand beaches of Wells. You introduced my childhood imagination to tide pools. I thought they were my own personal aquarium. Each day they were restocked, again and again. You gave me friendships.
A year after her historic election, Lewiston city councilor Safiya Khalid serves as an inspiration to other young immigrants in her hometown.