Maine is filled with historic gems that are open to the public for exploring. Nineteenth-century mansions to coastal forts and antique schooners—our state has something to catch every history buff’s eye.
“If there is one thing that is absolutely certain in my life, it’s that I know I make damn good fried chicken.” After savoring Pig and Poet chef Sam Talbot’s interpretation of the time-honored Southern classic, I am inclined to … Continue reading
May 2015 By: Joe Ricchio Photography: Jane Berger Friends and Family night at Pig+Poet As the busy tourist season looms on the horizon, the newly renovated Whitehall Inn in Camden is the home of one the year’s most anticipated … Continue reading
FEATURE MAY 2015 HARPSWELL, BRUNSWICK, WEST BATH Harpswell has gorgeous coastal properties that feel undiscovered and hidden along coastal inlets. Brunswick has Bowdoin College and Maine Street, areas that host fine-dining options as well as brewpubs. In the Fort … Continue reading