Garden tours, music festivals, and summer stock are all on the calendar this month.
For caterer extraordinaire Stacey Glassman, the secret to creating memorable occasions is all in the details.
- Features - 58 Marshall Island's Moment A gorgeous island off Mount Desert that almost became an exclusive gated community at sea has just been preserved in all its wildness. By Jeff Clark. 64 Accepting the Challenge Whether he's coaxing a finicky plant to bloom or climbing yet another mountain, a Belfast
- Features - 64 The Blossoming of Turner Although it has suffered from a bad rap in recent years, this little farming community just up the road from Lewiston-Auburn is quickening with more than just springtime. By Andrew Vietze. 70 The Education of Brownie Carson Over the last twenty-one years this
Features 45 Getting It Right When it comes to architecture and design, some things seem utterly at home in Maine and some things don't. 46 Rich, Brash Color Designer Carol Bass has an eye for the vibrant colors of outdoor Maine — and the chutzpa to bring those hues inside. By Virginia Wright. 52
Features 54 The Chosen Place For all sorts of reasons that aren't immediately apparent, Hallowell is the kind of Maine town that people seek to settle in rather than just end up in. By Baron Wormser. 58 Reconsidering Winter Long overshadowed by more famous Monhegan artists, Andrew Winter and his monumental
Features 46 On the Foreside Life in Maine's most prestigious neighborhood is as laid-back as a late summer sail. Contrary to popular opinion, though, not everyone living here is rich. By Virginia Wright. 52 Magical Mystery Tour It sounded bizarre to set off in kayaks at night in search of a mystical-sounding
Features 84 Lessons of Maine's Gold Coast The magnificent communities that make up the southern Maine township of York offer a glimpse of what much of the rest of the state can expect to see in the next decade. A Special Report by Jeff Clark. 94 Splashdown in Rockland It's excruciating but almost inevitable
Features 70 Summering at Bayside For many families from Maine and beyond, warm weather means a return to the cottage — or renting one — in this little-known community on the shore of Penobscot Bay. By Bruce Snider. 78 Putting Calais on the Map The well-known border town hopes its glamorous
A hole-in-the-wall bistro serves an upscale dining experience. Location: Brunswick