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Tropical Modernism

A collaboration between CHANINTR and Studio Daminato, the 12SD duplex is classic tropical living reinterpreted for the contemporary city dweller.

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THE BOAT AND TOTE: AGING GRACEFULLY LIKE BLYTHE DANNER

L.L. Bean's iconic Boat and Tote is a timeless fashion staple that pairs well with any outfit while being intensely practical.

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THE MAINE HOUSE

A New England summer might feel like a distant dream but a new book called "The Maine House" transports us right there.

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ROSÉS TO PONDER ABOUT THIS SUMMER

Come summer, come rosé. Founder of Wine Garage Kim Wachtveitl shares three unique pinks to enjoy in the heat.

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NEIL KLEINBERG’S NEW ENGLAND CLAMBAKE

Chef Neil Kleinberg of Clinton St. Baking Company walks us through how to make an authentic New England Clambake by the water.

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FIGHTING PLASTIC WASTE, ONE BOTTLE AT A TIME

Maine's Poland Spring has a mission to go green — starting with changing to rPET plastic bottles across its products.

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AN AMERICAN HALLMARK

One of the last two remaining Pollard dining cars in America, Maine's oldest diner, The Palace Diner, is a cultural icon.

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A TASTE OF OLD NEW ENGLAND CHARM

"For the last few years, no trip to Maine has been complete without a meal at Eventide," CEO Chanintr Sirisant writes.

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SOCIAL DISTANCE UNDER THE STARS

Tops'l Farm elevates the notion of glamping with its 83-acre farm, on-site activities as well as luxury accommodations and amenities.

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HINCKLEY: PICNICKING WITH THE BEAU MONDE

The Hinckley Boat has become an industry icon, admired for its classic "downeast" styling and old-school American spirit.

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FINDING THE LOST KITCHEN

Dubbed as one of the hardest-to-book restaurants in the country, The Lost Kitchen is taking reservations via personalized postcards.

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COASTAL CURIOSITIES

Jackie Greaney and Paul Havel from Seacraft vintage store give us their tip and tricks for how to best explore their hometown.

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