News of Maine's Coast and Islands
When the Stanleys retired from Abel’s, the restaurant sat closed in 2017. Now it’s hopping again. And it’s still a family affair—but a different family.
On any given day, locals and visitors to Cranberry House on Great Cranberry Island might attend a play, concert, or summer lecture, or view historical exhibits featuring island artifacts and personalities.
Elite Airways now operates 15 aircraft, with plans to add another five, and employs 180 people at various locations. About 25 work in Portland...
I felt like part of the team as I found a table in the attic for Kwami’s work surface.
The summer has been, in a word, enlightening, as I gain new perspectives on the culture of the place I grew up in.
At the Islesford Dock Restaurant & Gallery on Little Cranberry Island, co-owner Michael Boland is deep into his second season enjoying the unique nature of an island institution.
“The Vietnam War was a complete betrayal of the young men and women who fought in it,” writes Charles Kniffen.
The church is trying to re-establish a year-round presence—not to proselytize, but to provide aid, comfort, and pastoral continuity…
If it is too hearty the bread dominates, and the sliced cucumbers can slither out of the sandwich as you eat it.