Passions can run high over the imaginary lines subdividing Maine into regions, as they are not only unofficial, they are also fickle, situational, and entirely open to debate.
Preview the Island Issue, now available on newsstands and in our store — An A–Z guide to Maine islands, exotic eats in Portland, the candy bar you have to try, secession in Caribou, Tempo Dulu review, and more.
The women of Islesboro’s Sewing Circle (est. 1858) make everything from baby sweaters to iPhone cases — not to mention a strong community fabric.
Rockland’s Kate McAleer gives the chocolate bar a wholesome — and exotic — makeover.
Wendilee Heath O’Brien’s selected work will be taken home by a lucky winner at our 2015 Art of Giving Gala Thursday, September 17 in Portland.
Freshly picked vegetables and herbs bring out the best in pastured chicken.
The Island Issue is now on newsstands and in our store. An A–Z guide to Maine islands, exotic eats in Portland, the candy bar you have to try, secession in Caribou, Tempo Dulu review, and more.
Warren sculptor Jay Sawyer melds his work with his land in a way that brings out the best in both.
Maine’s blueberry crop relies on imported bees, but a new rule to protect them might be something of a bumble.