Rustic Maine goods inspired by four generations of lobstering, craftsmanship, and fierce independence.
Old-school agricultural tools from Perry’s Scythe Supply.
Our contributors dish on the crafts, boutiques, and other good things from Maine they’re loving right now.
Old goods never die at the Vintage Bazaar. They just get repurposed.
Can you find peace and joy in something as prosaic as concrete? South Portland artist Valerie McCaffrey does.
This month finds 66 dealers from seven states gathering in Portland for the Maine Antiques Exposition.
An artist reveals how she felts her realistic shells and whimsical sea creatures.
While it’s easy to understand how an elderflower creme made with coconut oil, rosewater, and beeswax might moisturize skin the proclaimed benefits of other Avena Botanicals products are less intuitive.
A Friendship garage is bursting at the seams with “18,000-something” antique bottles.
Alvin Theriault was 11 when he tied his first fishing fly. Now 64, Theriault and his wife, Connie, have been making and selling flies for 44 years.
For the angler who has everything; a graceful, yet functional fly-tying desk.
Paul Sampson makes a better oyster platter