November 2015

Fuel

When a restaurant calls itself a French bistro, certain things come to mind, like a black-and-white tiled floor, brass lighting, and chintz curtains. However, at Fuel in Lewiston the cliché is far from reality and the place is all the … Continue reading

The Fiddlehead Restaurant

The Fiddlehead Restaurant is comfortable and casual like your best friend’s home would be. The expression “we’re just like family here” doesn’t have much meaning anymore, but if you’re a regular at the Fiddlehead, it seems to actually be true. … Continue reading

Bailey Island Bridge

As you wind your way through Harpswell, passing homes tucked behind trees, and getting glimpses of the coves that surround this ribbon of land in Casco Bay, you finally arrive at the iconic and narrow Bailey Island Bridge that connects … Continue reading

Tae Chong: Helping New Mainers

  On Halloween night in 1976, Tae Chong sat on the floor of his cousins’ house in South Portland in the dark. Chong and his family had just travelled from South Korea to the country that would become their home. … Continue reading

Conservation Land

Maine has over three million acres of conservation land. According to Dave Herring, executive director of Wolfe’s Neck Farm, the protected mountains, rivers, beaches, and islands are part of why we call Maine home. “A lot of us are here … Continue reading

Ogunquit

Photographs + stories by Maine + Maine Home+Design magazine staff As we’re packing the car for our weekend away, I tell my boyfriend Sergio that I’ve never actually been to Ogunquit, one of Maine’s quintessential coastal villages. Sergio’s been before; … Continue reading

Wild Safari

It’’s so early the sun isn’’t up yet over Moosehead Lake. But we are. Coffee is hot in the thermos, and we’’re in a truck with a Greenville guide heading north into the Maine woods. Chris Young’s hands are cupped … Continue reading