Blue Hill

Blue Hill Peninsula

As my husband Mark and I drive north with our five- and three-year-old sons, Luke and Noah, and Be a our Lab mix, I snap a family selfie and dash off an Instagram post: “Blue Hill, are you ready for … Continue reading

Blue Hill Peninsula

Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff Each time I visit the Blue Hill Peninsula
I am struck by the stunning scenery, close-knit community, and passionate food scene. I’m excited to dive back in for the weekend with my wife Jocelyn … 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

Hitoshi Tanaka

SEE-August 2013 Hitoshi Tanaka’s The Window of the Sea Wind, 2011, stone and granite sculpture, 7’ x 7’ x 16” “Visitors to Blue Hill can see the blue sky and ocean through this window. Those who visit from the sea … Continue reading

Rum…Sailing…Rum…Maybe Dancing

FEATURE-July 2013By Dennis GilbertPhotography by Alison Langley Camaraderie and Sport: the Atlantic Class Inaugurates a New Tradition on Blue Hill Bay Race-day mornings are all about getting the boats out on the water. The residue of evening festivities recedes swiftly … Continue reading

Blue Hill

Each month Joe Ricchio gives local insight into his favorite places to eat and drink. He recommends that you pace yourself as you Eat Maine. Bagaduce Lunch Get the fried-haddock sandwich and a side of onion rings. That’s all I … Continue reading

Thirty-one Number Ones

EAT FEATURE-March 2011 Edited by Susan Grisanti Photographs by Dan Soley In the October 2009 issue of Bon Appétit magazine, restaurant editor Andrew Knowlton gave Portland the prized title “America’s Foodiest Small Town.” He wrote, “My scouting (aka eating) trips … Continue reading