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Issue 94 Table of Contents

April / May 2007

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Table of Contents

Departments

  • Publishers Letter
  • In The Lee of the Boathouse
  • Boatyard Dog: Scout
  • Mainely Gourmet: Bar Lola, Portland
  • Review:Contemporary Maine Fiction: An Anthology of Short Stories
  • Review: Three Reference Books on Sailing
  • AWANADJO ALMANACK
    The warmer weather draws us away from our desks.
    By Rob McCall

    A POSTCARD IN TIME
    The best French fries in all the world, if not the universe.
    By Peter Spectre

    LETTER FROM AWAY
    A Fine Day on Great Blasket Island
    By Kathleen Brandes

    SALTWATER FOODWAYS
    Whence the Doughnut Hole?
    By Sandra L. Oliver

    MY BOAT, MY HARBOR
    A Boat Named Freedom
    By Richard Dudman

    OFF OFF THE DRAWING BOARD
    Thinking outside the hull: a lobsterman, a designer, and a boatbuilder look to revolutionize the lobsterboat and the fishery.
    By Peter Bass

    GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO
    Bunker's Wharf
    By Ben Ellison

    Features

    Special Section: Maritime Portland
    We explore Maine’s busiest port city.

    Harry Brown’s Maine
    Verisimilitude—the appearance of truth—is the hallmark of this nineteenth-century Maine artist’s work now on exhibit at the Portland Museum of Art.
    By Carl Little

    Two Families, Two Wharves
    Two of Portland’s principal family owned and operated wharves— Union and Long—have maintained their success into a new century by adapting to the times.
    BY Dave Cheever Photographs by Jeff Scher

    Searching for Ferry Village
    South Portland is a city of neighborhoods, many of which were originally established as small towns. Central to all was Ferry Village.
    By Iver E. Lofving

    The Gulf of Maine Research Institute
    Bringing together scientists, students, and fishermen in a practical forum to examine the past, present, and future of our fisheries.
    By Melissa Waterman

    David Moulton’s Everlasting Flowers
    The wild peonies rooted in the fields and woods of Gilsland Farm have a long past and a serendipitous present.
    By Regina Cole | Photographs by Sandy Agrafiotis

    Other Features

    Jerry Stelmok: A Builder, His Student, and Their Craft
    If you want to build a wood and canvas canoe, you go to the source.
    By Donnie Mullen

    Encore, Once Again

    By Bret Gillam

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