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Kitchen Table Wellness

Feeling a little under the weather, or simply hoping to maintain wellness during cold season? Our state’s farmers, producers, and merchants offer a variety of sustainably harvested plant-based and natural products to help you ward off winter woes, from immune-boosting … Continue reading

Sledding Spots

Payson Park | Portland Located on the shore of Back Cove, Payson Park is a favorite for winter sliding. Its terrain park also features rails and boxers for adventurous skiers and snowboarders. Fort Williams Park | Cape Elizabeth After a … Continue reading

Do As I Say And As I Do

Most mornings I am up before the sun, running the cracked pavement of our small Maine island. With the salty ocean air filling my lungs and the calls of birds as a soundtrack, I connect to the world before I head … Continue reading

Sugarloaf Glades

Androscoggin Glade Previously only accessible by hiking or skinning, Sugarloaf Mountain Resort recently expanded access to Burnt Mountain with New England’s first true cat-skiing operation, which will transport skiers up the mountain in 12-passenger snowcats. Androscoggin Glade on the eastern … Continue reading

The Sugarloaf Way

A crowd has gathered on the Narrow Gauge trail below the finish line of the 2017 U.S. Alpine Championships Super G. Red and blue gates snake down the course, which begins near the Spillway Crosscut and features a vertical drop … Continue reading

Sunday River Nightlife

Matterhorn Ski Bar | Newry Open after Thanksgiving, Matterhorn Ski Bar features live music all winter long. The Sunday River standby also serves food—think quick, comfort fare like pizza and garlic knots that pair well with filled-to-the-brim beer steins and … Continue reading

Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation

Whether we are skiing through the first rays of the morning sun while making lazy turns on Sunday River’s Dream Maker trail, or kayaking off the coast of Harpswell, we need a certain amount of strength and coordination to navigate … Continue reading

At Home On Hawk Ridge

Not far from Bradbury Mountain, in the woods of Pownal, is a small homestead located at the end of a dirt road. A broad swath of lawn edges up against a carefully laid garden, featuring hay-cushioned rows of beans and zucchini. … Continue reading

Art Pairings at the PMA

Although the Portland Museum of Art is well known for its extensive collection of classical landscapes and portraits, including those by Andrew Wyeth and Winslow Homer, the institution also exhibits contemporary works that continue the traditions set by the old … Continue reading