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Issue 101 Table of Contents

Issue 101 - Boat Show Issue 2008

The current issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine is on newsstands now. To order a copy, call 800-565-4951. Selected departments are available online, click here and see the links in blue below.

Table of Contents

Features

When the Boat Builds the Person The career of educator Lance Lee and the pedagogy of maturity. BY DONNIE MULLEN Click here to view a gallery of Lance Lee's boats.

Beyond Tourmaline:
Seven Maine Artists of the Ornament.
Fine jewelry making is a major enterprise in Maine. The artists who lead the way work in all manner of materials. BY CARL LITTLE

Botanical Beauty Throughout the Year “Visit. Discover. Be Amazed,” is the slogan of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. There is no exaggeration to that claim. BY LYNETTE L. WALTHER

The Compass Project Many youngsters these days need focus in their lives. They have it in the unique boatbuilding program developed by Patricia Ryan. BY PETER BASS



SHOW PROGRAM (pp. S1-S32) Official Guide: 2008 Exhibitors & Events “Arts, Artisans, Food, Furniture, and Boats, Boats, Boats!” Maine’s premier boat and home show. AUGUST 8 -10, 2008, ON THE WATERFRONT, ROCKLAND, MAINE




The Revival of a Classic Luders One-Design Mount Desert Island’s Luders-16s have made a comeback as today’s sailors rediscover the classic beauty and smooth handling of the class. BY STURGIS HASKINS AND LAWRENCE DEMILNER

The Not-So-Still Life of Nancy Morgan-Barnes This Indiana-born artist has found plenty of subjects to paint in Maine, from a boxing club to a cargo port. BY CARL LITTLE

Primo Restaurant’s Holistic Renovation When the owners of Primo decided to expand and renovate their building in Rockland, they took the environmentally friendly route. BY SALLY NOBLE
Departments

PUBLISHER'S LETTER

BOATYARD DOG® Retrievers on a Busman’s Holiday

LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!

VIEW FROM THE PORCH School consolidation, freeflowing streams, tidal turbines, and did you hear the one about the sardine-carrier bed & breakfast? BY PETER BASS

BOOK REVIEWS Black Fly Stew: Wild Maine Recipes
by Kate Krukowski Gooding
Here If You Need Me: A True Story by Kate Braestrup REVIEWS BY JANET MENDELSOHN

MAINELY GOURMET Sunday Brunch at the Damariscotta River Grill BY PETER H. SPECTRE

GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Goose Cove, Deer Isle BY BEN ELLISON

MY BOAT, MY HARBOR A Disaster in Slow Motion BY THOMAS MYERS

A POSTCARD IN TIME A Seacoast Restaurant BY PETER H. SPECTRE

SALTWATER FOODWAYS The Many Guises of Lobscouse BY SANDRA L. OLIVER

A LETTER FROM MATINICUS Tourists and Sojourners BY EVA MURRAY

A LETTER FROM AWAY Summers in Dunnet Landing BY MARY KATHARINE PARKS WORKINGER

OFF THE DRAWING BOARD Two Ideal Daysailers: The WH 15 and the LS 30 BY ART PAINE

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 101 Issue 101 | Boat Show Issue 2008 Volume 21 | Number 4
On the cover: Anna, designed by Sparkman & Stephens, built by Brooklin Boat Yard. Photographed by Alison Langley. Click here to see Anna's launch at Brooklin Boatyard.

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