Maine

Quick Takes: Portland’s Poké Stop

Big Fin Poké brings a fresh take on poké—also known as deconstructed sushi—to the avid foodies in Portland, Maine....

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Nailed It

Brunswick, Maine, sculptor John Bisbee transforms common carpentry nails into an array of uncommon artwork....

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Artist at the Edge of the World

From a remote island off the coast of Maine, sculptor Anna Hepler uses solitude and freedom to build her own private universe.

Holy Mashed Potatoes!

The Holy Donut has a secret ingredient in the donuts that have people waiting in lines in its Maine locations. (A hint: potatoes.)

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Maine photographer Sarah C. Butler photographs her mother’s dilapidated home and rediscovers their relationship amid the chaos.

From Painting to Page

Belfast painter Linden Frederick inspires 15 of America’s best novelists and screenwriters in a new exhibition: Night Stories.

Five Finds in Brunswick, Maine

New England has more arts nooks and cultural crannies than just about anywhere. Here are five finds in Brunswick, Maine.

Following the Tide

Seal Point painter John Walker paints Maine and its seacoast as he perceives it rather than as it necessarily is.

Nature’s Morals

Bath, Maine, artist Dozier Bell tunes into her individual voice to paint climate change through the crosshairs.

Putting Portland on the Food Map

Portland, Maine, chefs Michael Wiley and Andrew Taylor share the James Beard Award For Best Chef in the Northeast.

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