The city at night holds the promise of chance encounters on ice, dizzying dance floors, mysterious strangers, and perhaps even romance…
What’s cooking in 2017? We take a glimpse at the events, eateries, and exciting epicurean trends on Maine’s horizon.
Can it be so? Rudolph Valentino, legendary Latin lover and superstar of The Shiek, right here at the Maine Expo–home to high school hoop and pro-wrestling rumbles? Now here’s the stuff of romance–and a very public spat.
How can you have it all with it being all #toomuch?
In a state where delicious beers and vicious winters define us, more and more local breweries are creating seasonal winter brews.
The winter holiday season would not be complete without eggnog and wassail, which cannot properly be imbibed without a heartfelt toast.
Indulge in a cache of great Maine books for the New Year.
Society chronicler Annie Adams Fields played muse and Tory lover for Sarah Orne Jewett, author of Country of the Pointed Firs.
Should five percent appear too small / Be thankful I don’t take it all / Cause I’m the taxman, yeah I’m the taxman. –The Beatles
A neighborhood staple for nearly a decade, Caiola’s continues to offer Italian intimacy under new ownership.
French Twist, Part Deux
M.C. Perkins pairs tableside Atlantic vistas with gourmet excitement at Perkins Cove.
A Dash of Spice – Red Sea whisks authentic Ethiopian cuisine to hungry Forest City diners.
The mission: Create a ristorante raffinato in a former waterfront warehouse. Check.
A schooner is reborn as a floating bar & trendy bistro.