As I sit down with Andrew Chadwick, we realize we are both celebrating anniversaries. Two years ago, I came here to Sea Glass to write my first blog post for Eat Maine. One year ago, he arrived at Inn by … Continue reading
Famous for incredible beaches and lighthouses, these postcard-worthy communities just south of Portland also offer exciting, high-quality culinary and shopping destinations.
Every town should have a restaurant like Rudy’s of the Cape, a place that’s well designed and welcoming, comfortable and comforting with a menu full of whatever you’re in the mood for. A place where kids can come straight from … Continue reading
A couple returns to Cape Elizabeth—not far from their childhood homes—to start their own family in a beloved beach neighborhood.
Cape Elizabeth’s Inn by the Sea
Competitive races are ways to push personal fitness goals, but many are also positive, healthy demonstrations of community support that raise both funds and awareness for a worthy cause. In Maine there are a variety of 6.2-mile runs, from all-female … Continue reading
A couple builds a house in Cape Elizabeth for their growing family. To build your own home is to have an intimate relationship with it, to see it through every stage from foundation to framing to furnishings. You know a house … Continue reading
Inn by the Sea in Cape Elizabeth is just a seven-and-a-half–mile trip from our offices here at 75 Market in downtown Portland. I am looking forward to this luxurious winter weekend getaway on the oceanfront.
A Walk in the Woods with CELTs Longtime Executive Director Chris Franklin. On Ocean House Road, tucked behind a row of trees, the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust headquarters are easy to miss. The former garage is covered in brown shingles. … Continue reading
ubecighthouses are symbols of protection, of coming and leaving home. Many were built in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, when the government wanted to encourage safe passage for trade ships along the coast. Today over 60 beacons line … Continue reading