April 2014

Oscar’’s New American

I interpret it as a good a sign that, when chef Nick Krunkkala is describing his menu to me, I get the impression that he is making himself really, really hungry. This is the kind of person that you want … Continue reading

Jon Imber: Creating Art with ALS

Diagnosed with ALS, a Painter Strips Away Layers to Find New Art (and a new Artist) Hidden Beneath   We met for dinner at Pier 77 on Cape Porpoise Harbor, during the summer of 2012. Just down the road, the … Continue reading

Hallowell + Gardiner

48HRS, The Online-Only Edition – April 2014 Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Kelly Clinton, Online Editor   Kelly Clinton, Online Editor   I drive to Hallowell on Friday evening with my friend, Renee, who has never been to … Continue reading

El Corazon Food Truck

““To know how to eat is to know enough,”” is emblazoned on the back of the El Corazon Food Truck. The saying originates from the Basque country, and celebrates part of cook and co-owner Joe Urtuzuastegui’’s heritage. The other part … Continue reading

Maine Camps Listing 2014

Our comprehensive guide to the camps that make summers in Maine so memorable Acadia Institute of Oceanography Seal Harbor | acadiainstitute.com Located in the heart of Mount Desert Island, and right by Acadia National Park, this camp offers students ages … Continue reading

Gonzo Brunch at Outliers Eatery, Portland

Outliers is named after Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers: The Story of Success, because as Outliers owner Pete Verrill puts it, “we consider ourselves outliers.” Partly due to location—on York Street on the outskirts of Portland’s West End. Partly due to … Continue reading