A visit aboard a Soviet fish-processing ship off the coast of Rockland in 1990 is a lesson in Glasnost.
For decades, the FBI tailed him. But every summer, for two weeks in July, the inspirational leader disappeared… to a lake in Maine.
Who knew there was so much important history in a stately Portland home across the street from Cheverus High School?
The former Maine Maritime Academy midshipman was lost at sea. But who “losted” her?
Not only did Marguerite Yourcenar enchant Mt. Desert, her Memoirs of Hadrian has made it to the World Library’s pantheon of “The 100 Best Books of All Time.”
Alan Alda was Mainer Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H for 11 years.
One of every 100 people you pass on the streets of Portland may be concealing a handgun. Unless, of course, he isn’t concealing it.
Well before the Academy Awards touted Deering High alumna Anna Kendrick, she lit up the cover of our February/March 2008 issue.
In 1943, the Vortice, an Italian copy of a German Type VII U-boat, was one of three assigned to Portland Harbor for secret maneuvers with the North Atlantic Fleet.
February/March 2014 River Dance Sleek & chic in K-port. Review by Diane Hudson Nestling into a private, sunlit nook at David’s KPT, we feel downright pampered in this modern space […]
Winterguide 2014 Eat, Ski, Love Sunday River’s cozy and hopping ski pub has a thing for Neapolitan pizza. Review by Diane Hudson Twenty five years ago, near the base of […]
Empire Chinese Kitchen infuses traditional dim sum with a bit of alt magic and Maine soul.
November 2013 By Diane Hudson Everything–from the ricotta to the lardo, the pasta, the sausages–is house-made, southern Italian… and favoloso. One-eleven Middle Street has undergone many restaurant reincarnations in 40 […]
Boone’s – A Room With a View Review by Colin W. Sargent Boone’s in the Old Port continues to deliver the goods. Boone’s Restaurant opened in 1898, in the heart […]
September 2013 Art of the Meal Review by Diane Hudson Try a sensuous stop at the museum cafe Blockbuster art exhibits can make you hungry! The PMA Café, managed by […]