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The Art of Leaving a Legacy
A handful of Maine artists have left legacies to promote future artists.
Farm To Table
Chef and restaurateur Sam Hayward pays close attention to the source of his ingredients, teaching the rest of us to think about where our food comes from, and leading a food movement in Maine.
Bewitched, Bothered, and Bedazzled
"Night Stories" is both a book and two art exhibitions, pairing the work of writers and artists.
Way Back When 147 — Summer Colonies
Bayville in East Boothbay was one of many post-Civil War summer colonies in Maine.
Maine Master: Philip Barter
From lively narratives to stylized landscapes, downeast painter Philip Barter is a Maine master.
Bigfoot, libidos, telephones?
Bigfoot, libidos, telephones? There’s a museum for that. Learn about some of the state’s more eccentric and museums.
The problem: a steep cliff with 52 steps. The solution: an automated tram that carries people and cargo with the push of a button.
When an artist couple wanted to build his-and-her studios on a remote island, they turned to Houses and Barns by John Libby.
Icing on the Cake
What’s the meaning of icing on the cake? In Deborah Corey’s case, it started with a recipe and led to a family tradition.
Up to Camp
“Up to camp” is a sacred concept. When you go, you pack the good stuff (fishing tackle and beer) in, and leave the bad stuff (pretty much everything else) behind.
The Draw of Water
Water is a vital element for painter Marguerite Robichaux, a seasoned fly fisher who often combines painting and fishing trips, who captures the rivers and lakes of Maine.
Grandeur on the Lake
A Kezar Lake mansion built in 1908 had deteriorated by the time the current owners bought it in 2012. Instead of tearing down the historic house and starting over, they brought it back to life.
Opening day at Bagaduce Lunch is an annual celebration of community and the arrival of summer.
An Artistic Flatboat
Two Maine-based artists have built a shanty-style housefloat and plan to motor it down the Mississippi, creating art as they go.
Bears, Boats, and Boules
Cynthia Stroud creates bronze bears, painted boats, and more in her Brooklin, Maine, studio..