Tag Archives: Blue Hill

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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.

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Maine’s strawberry season is short and oh-so-sweet.

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Downtown Blue Hill features at least two leisurely hikes you can take before ambling to DeepWater Brewing Co. at 33 Tenney Hill.

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Overlooking Blue Hill Bay, Rackcliffe Pottery sits atop Greene’s Hill on Route 172 in Blue Hill.

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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.

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Interior of the Jud Hartmann Gallery
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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 […]

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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 […]

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“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, […]

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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 […]

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The Cynthia Winings Gallery is abuzz as scores of folks eye the vibrant artwork gracing the clean white walls on opening day. It’s clear Blue […]

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