The seafood slingers, chefs, glossy food-mag writers, and entrepreneurs who helped turn the unassuming lobster roll into a national phenomenon.
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.
Those rivers, those woods, those creatures, that country: The Way Life Is.
Almost 60 years later, memories of a transformative summer, childhood hijinks, and smokes at the beach still smolder.
Donna Primozich’s sprawling gardens flourish under the trees in western Maine.
Could you eat your way through “Maine’s 30 Greatest Burgers?” Saco city administrator Kevin Sutherland and his partner Kristin Forester have!
In summer, Camp Ellis moves at its own carefree pace. But beneath the sultry calm, the beach enclave is waging a desperate battle with rising seas.
We hunted down a half-dozen of the craziest, messiest, tastiest franks at stands, food trucks, and sit-downs all across Maine.