David Graeme Baker paints small-town Maine kids waiting for life to begin.
Call it mixed, or gritty, hip, up-and-coming, whatever you want, but Portland’s East End is a destination, and not just for gastro-tourists.
Beverly Werber and Peter Goldman marry ancient crafts and modern design in their downtown Portland loft.
For Great Diamond Island’s Crown Jewel, Alex Wight thinks pink.
A vibrant year-round community with not a single shop shuttered for the season.
A Bath renovation revitalizes a cottage and its owner.
Rob Barrett of Barrett Made renovates and reenvisions Portland’s Public Works.
Time and effort pay off as Scales enters its fourth season as cohesive as ever, earning its place among the city’s destination restaurants.
Following the thread of one artist's fascination with clothing as identity.
Wilson finds the dark beauty in the elemental experience of Maine.
Commercial galleries come and go, but the Portland art scene is powered by artist-run galleries.
Few meals would entice me to drive two hours in a snowstorm, and dinner at 18 Central Oyster Bar & Grill in Rockport is one of them.
Batson River Brewing & Distilling’s Tasting Room in Kennebunk offers craft beers and spirits with a chaser of nostalgia.
Nicola’s Home brings rustic opulence and gracious glamour to South Portland’s Tuscan Table.