Stretch your legs or stretch out on the beach. Go on a gallery crawl or go to town on a lobster roll. Hitch a ride on a ferry or cruise down country roads. But most of all, relax, smell that salt air, and savor the trek along the midcoast’s jagged, lush, breathtaking coastline.
Residents at Highland Green, Topsham’s 55-and-up residential community, are active and enthusiastic volunteers — as the folks at Maine Maritime Museum can tell you.
Dog Not Gone’s Maine-made range of tick and insect-repellent apparel for people and pets, helps fight insect-borne illness, making your time outdoors safer.
Mount Desert Island’s The Gallery at Somes Sound explores the nature of connection with its summer exhibit slate.
Ready to discover your new favorite coastal sanctuary?
Eklund Griffin is the Maine-inspired, American handmade brand of these fourth-generation “Capers” that launched in June 2016 with a line of domestic leather bags, aptly called the Maiden Collection.
A chat with designer, Roxi Suger, about creating fab + flexible clothes for the modern-day mom.
When your seagoing hobby becomes a seagoing lifestyle, the only way to enjoy the Maine coast is by boat. Who needs Route 1, anyway?
It’s long been known as “the heart of Maine,” and it only takes a quick spin through the Penobscot Valley to see why. From the mighty Penobscot River, which once carried timber from the great North Woods, to the University of Maine, to the home of Stephen King, the region is as authentically Maine as they come.
In 164 years of forging trusted relationships, integrated financial advisor HM Payson has seen — and weathered — dramatic changes in the world of retirement planning.
For the seventh consecutive year, CLYNK bottle redemption and Hannaford Supermarkets are facilitating a statewide initiative encouraging children and communities to team up with their schools in the “CLYNK for Schools Recycling Challenge.”
With more and more Maine kids in need of foster care, Spurwink has helped hundreds find loving homes.