March 2015

Hunter Kent

Hunter Kent is a senior at Cape Elizabeth High School and a member of the Natural Helpers program. She recently spoke at TEDxDirigo Youth at her school about her personal experience with overcoming depression. Her classmates gave her a standing … Continue reading

Woody Hughes

Woody Hughes is the owner of Bethel’s Mill Hill Inn. An acclaimed potter, he previously taught at Dowling College and Parsons The New School for Design. Hughes returned to Western Maine in 2001 to teach pottery and design at his … Continue reading

Bath

Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff Bath has always been a familiar place for me. My father’s studio has been on Front Street for many years and I remember walking up and down that hill full of shops as … Continue reading

Brunswick

Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff My bags are packed and I’m ready to hit the road. I bid farewell to my colleagues and head out of the office to beat the 5 p.m. traffic. I pick up my … Continue reading

South Portland, Scarborough + Cape Elizabeth

Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff   Friday 6:30 p.m. @ Pond Cove IGA On the way over to the hotel we stop at Pond Cove IGA to pick up a bottle of champagne. 7:00 p.m. @ Inn by … Continue reading

Secondhand Finds

Secondhand stores give relics of the past new life and reward customers with the satisfaction of spontaneously wandering in and finding a one-of-a-kind item. Visit any of these stores, and you’ll find it to be true: they just don’t make … Continue reading

Maine Camps Listing

A Comprehensive Guide   ACADIA INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHYSeal Harbor | acadiainstitute.com Located in the heart of Mount Desert Island, and right by Acadia National Park, this program offers students ages 10 through 18 the chance to immerse themselves in the … Continue reading

Second Hand Finds

Secondhand stores give relics of the past new life and reward customers with the satisfaction of spontaneously wandering in and finding a one-of-a-kind item. Visit any of these stores, and you’ll find it to be true: they just don’t make … Continue reading