In this photo essay we celebrate Mainers who participated in the 2013 National Senior Games (where, take note all 40-somethings, turning 50 makes you eligible). Shown in the environments that fuel them, these athletes may never appear on a box of Wheaties, but they inspire us every day.
Snow and ice won’t stop these Mainers from catching waves in this visually stunning short film.
Mike and Geoff Howe built tanks for the army, created vehicles for hollywood blockbusters, and starred in their own reality show. What’s next for this dynamic duo?
The baking masterminds behind When Pigs Fly bread cook up delectable dishes in Kittery.
This Saco pub mixes historic digs with tasty, unpretentious food.
Farrier-bard Fred Bowers waxes eloquent about horses and all they’ve taught him.
A look at what may be Maine’s finest restaurant.
When Hyperlite Mountain Gear’s founder Mike St. Pierre couldn’t find the outdoor equipment he wanted, he created it himself
Step off the sand and into your childhood at York Beach’s Fun-O-Rama. By Brian Kevin Photographed by Jason P. Smith [I]t’s a sad truism…
An architect almost erases the line between dwelling and nature with a sleek, modern kit house.
Part of our “Maine at Work” series.
Kittery’s Best New Pub By Monica Wood Photographed by Douglas Merriam The Black Birch 2 Government Street, Kittery 207-703-2294. theblackbirch.com Located in a flat,…