Denise Dion-Sullivan walks along local beaches searching for sea glass, beach stones, and other natural elements that the sea washes ashore to create her simply stated pieces. Read more about Denise’s designs.
Think the internet killed the old-school vacation rental agency? Think again. Why the best rental experience is often through a management company — especially in Maine.
From meditations on art, community, and gentrification to profiles of lawmen and woodswomen, our most read stories of 2017.
While away the most undemanding holiday of the year by baking bread.
The secret to distinctive decor is knowing how to pull off a hodgepodge, says Erin Kiley of Portland Flea-for-All. Click to learn which items are currently flying off the floor at the Flea and how you can use them to create your own enviable, eclectic schemes.
Paul Sampson and his wife, Jula, have turned their love of mollusks and woodworking into their business, Oyster River Joinery.
At Bubba’s Sulky Lounge, est. 1961, kitsch is king, retro is respected, and celebration is sacred. Arielle Greenberg pays tribute to Maine’s wildest, most beloved dive.
Got skis but no hill? Instead of relying on gravity for propulsion, try wind.
From the story “Off to the Banks Again” by Lew Dietz in our January 1958 issue.