Portlander Nate Barr, founder of Zootility, designs ingenious pocket-size implements as fun as they are useful.
A beginner’s lesson in the dance of glassblowing at Montville’s award-winning “micro-enterprise.”
With their chocolate moose pops and iconic lighthouse logo, Wilbur’s of Maine Chocolate Confections is probably one of the state’s most well-known home-grown brands.
Leslie Forsdick always knew she wanted to do something creative. So in 2014, after a company restructuring left her without a job, LESL Ware was born.
A line of clothing and learning toys for deaf children is born out of a couple’s efforts to help their son.
Downeast Dealer is a three- to five-person card game where players compete to collect the best yard-sale treasures, from lobster traps and canoes to moose trophies.
You can feel doubly good about buying holiday gifts when you’re also supporting the work of Maine nonprofits.
Deck the halls with the Maine state animal.
In 2014, Tori Yattaw launched Maine Bags & Goods from her home studio. Her collection is developed to withstand the rigors of Maine’s harsh climate.
In 2012, Drake launched Lola Arts — named after her black Lab mix, Lola, who sparks the same kind of raw joy that she hopes to create with her work.
A Maine winter is hard on the skin — and that’s an irresistible challenge to makers of natural skincare products.
This snug shipbuilding city along the Kennebec River is packed with locally owned stores, a brand-new brewery, rave-worthy restaurants, and a beloved coffee shop, all near the picturesque waterfront park.