As you enter the 19th century-section of the Jonathan Fisher House, the dwelling’s angular architectural style catches the eye. As with almost everything in the […]
Customers drift in and out of Sihaya Hopkins’ gallery in Blue Hill. Each person remarks on the beauty of the lampwork glass beads that form […]
If you’re a regular at Arborvine, located on Main Street in Blue Hill, the Hikade family will have your favorite table prepared. They will remember […]
For seven weeks every summer, some of the nation’s most gifted young musicians flock to a wooded campus just off Route 15 in Blue Hill. […]
A regular customer stopped in recently at Blue Hill Books looking for Elizabeth Rosenthal’s newly-released “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How […]
We began our hike up Blue Hill Mountain where most new adventures begin: in a parking lot. A green meadow filled with lavender, indigo, white […]
East Blue Hill art educator and children’s book illustrator Rebekah Raye joined Birdsacre President and owl handler Grayson Richmond to create a learning experience full of creativity.
Maine’s strawberry season is short and oh-so-sweet.
Downtown Blue Hill features at least two leisurely hikes you can take before ambling to DeepWater Brewing Co. at 33 Tenney Hill.
Overlooking Blue Hill Bay, Rackcliffe Pottery sits atop Greene’s Hill on Route 172 in Blue Hill.
The owners of The Activity Shop are on a mission to get visitors in the right-sized boat for the right body of water for their Maine vacation.
As a young boy, Jud Hartmann enjoyed painting and studying the history of Native American tribes of the Northeastern United States. Those passions are melded […]
Two years ago, artists and El El Frijoles taqueria proprietors Michele Levesque and Michael Rossney purchase an old vending machine — the low-slung kind that […]
“This was totally an inadvertent business,” Nina Fleming explained, sitting in the living area of her shingle-style New England home in East Blue Hill. Fleming, […]
Farm-to-table dining may be all the rage these days, but farm-to-table drinking still has a ways to go. With baby steps, John Hikade and his […]