Washington Post | Andrea Sachs
January 4, 2017
Posted Dec. 23, 2016, at 7:31 a.m. FREEPORT, Maine — The shaving scuttle mugs, ikebana vases and butter dishes from Georgetown Pottery travel fewer than 30 miles from a studio on a Maine island to the showroom in Freeport.
The Courier Gazette | Dan Otis Smith, Stephen G. Smith Architects and Dan Otis Smith
December 15, 2016
Source: Stephen G. Smith Architects An artist’s conception of a potential Wyeth Orientation Center on Horse Point Road in Port Clyde. PORT CLYDE — Linda Bean hopes to build a new Wyeth “orientation center” at the corner of Horse Point … Continue reading →
The Forecaster | Alex Acquisto
November 25, 2015
SOUTH PORTLAND — After a year and a half of serving local lobster to Maine Mall patrons, Linda Bean’s Lobster Boat Cafe has pulled up its traps and closed.