At first we do not see their bodies. Two sets of dark eyes watch us through the husks of the October garden. They do not bark, but remain vigilant until Elizabeth Drucker opens the door of her ballet studio and calls … Continue reading
Sam Morse spent the month of January in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Switzerland, and on New York’s Whiteface Mountain. In the coming weeks he’ll ski the American West, then jet to Sochi, Russia, for the U.S. World Cup, and back to … Continue reading
Sunday River’s competition center is the oldest building on Barker Mountain and it smells like it— sweat-soaked wool, spilled beer, and wet carpet predominate. The walls are nicked by ski boots and covered with jerseys and medals, and the offices … Continue reading
Des Fitzgerald draws on deep experience to help businesses thrive.
With unmatched natural resources and yankee ingenuity, Maine has the tools to rise above economic challenges.
After forty years, Steve Kress’s Project Puffin goes global
Jean Sotiropoulos and her family business, 60 years strong
Maine is full of natural resources and resourceful people. But without planning, resources can be depleted or left untapped, an opportunity to move the state forward wasted. The following pages are filled with Mainers improving upon strengths rather than focusing … Continue reading
Neil Martin, owner of Goldenrod Garage in Freeport, lives life to the fullest. A racer driver, car collector, and teller of tall tales, he has transformed a former chicken farm into a playground for gearheads. When Neil Martin fires up … Continue reading
Maine’s high volunteer rate has been slipping in the past several years. How can we turn this trend around? Meet the generous individuals who are working to better public life through nonprofit work. We often talk as though we were … Continue reading