Yachting Solutions in Rockport transforms old boats into modern marvels.
As I drive up I-295 North, the snowflakes are thick, sliding off my windshield and sticking to the roadside. The drive is slow, but there’s something exhilarating about driving north for a weekend of adventure.
To me, wellness is about getting outside and being active, learning from intelligent health professionals, indulging in local wholesome meals, and enjoying the scenery along the way. I am heading to the midcoast, a destination that is becoming a hub … Continue reading
To match a décor reminiscent of the classic English pub, Chef Patrick Duffy oversees a menu that is custom designed to warm the soul. When considering a small town like Rockport, it seems of utmost importance that there be a … Continue reading
Mainers have the privilege of witnessing the sense of community that oceanside towns possessa type of community that can seldom be found anywhere else. Within these seaside enclaves, the town landing provides a meeting ground for locals and visitors, a … Continue reading
Theres something about Maine that calls to artists, pulling them in like moths to a flame. Of course, the rugged and wild landscape has something to do with this, but we think its more than that. Our state is a … Continue reading
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff:Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher, Maine magazine Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher at Maine magazine Every trip I make to the midcoast feels like a homecoming of sorts. The warmth, community, and beauty of the … Continue reading
A-LIST – March 2014By Katy Kelleher Eating well isnt just about dining out. White tablecloths and hand-lettered menus all have their place, but there is something so special about sitting down to a lovingly prepared meal in the familiar four … Continue reading
A-LIST-January 2014 By Katy Kelleher We are lucky to live in Maine. This is a place where beauty runs free and wild, where the breathless awe of something larger, something grander, can be found on beaches and mountain tops, … Continue reading
When Annemarie Ahearn talks about her collection of copper pots, she leans forward conspiratorially, elbows on the table, and her cool blue eyes light up. She describes the long history of these gleaming vessels in the same tones in … Continue reading