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Homes

Fish, Nature & Tradition

Three sporting camps: Grant’s, Lakewood, and Bosebuck Mountain, have been luring “sports” to western Maine for over a century.

Artist Alison Rector

Painter Alison Rector is known for interior views—light-filled spaces, both public and private.

Richmond Island’s Pot of Gold

The story behind a pot of gold and silver coins found years ago on Richmond Island is a fascinating tale of early Maine.

Kale With a Special Pedigree

A hardy kale with a special connection to Camden, Maine.

A Tribute to a Maine Farm Dog

A good farm dog becomes part of the family. Bonnie, a border collie that belonged to writer Ronald Joseph’s grandparents was did that, and more.

The Ruggles House of Columbia Falls

Restoration of a circa-1818 Federal-style mansion built for Thomas Ruggles.

Hooked on Rugs

Rosemary Levin is a rug hooker and an environmentalist.

Waterfront Whimsy

A vintage waterfront home inspired by Dutch architecture and maritime whimsy.

Good Reads — Issue 155

More favorites from the bookshelf.

New Murals Bring Life to Old Walls

New murals add color to Maine’s public art movement.

The Promise of a House and the Future

A moment in time before a house raising and the future it promised.

Impressions of Newfoundland

Flower pressings and a poem, inspired by Newfoundland’s environs.

Midye Dolma, Stuffed Mussels, or “Paella Bites”

Maine mussels meet Turkish street food in this recipe for Midye Dolmasi.

New. Found. Land.

Remote, mysterious, and beautiful, Newfoundland has much to offer summer travelers.