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Oldtown/Chinatown, 1977

While not the most dynamic or exciting district, the Oldtown/Chinatown area has quietly transformed back into functional blocks. The fact that all these acres were covered in parking back in 1977 is testament to the abysmal property values and decrepit buildings dominating most of downtown Portland in the years prior to the 1980s. 11 more words


Sedona, AZ

All right! We’re back and ready to rock and roll.

No seriously. Sedona is Red Rock country and one thing you have to do if you go out there is a jeep tour. 616 more words

Lobster Summer at The Keg

This is going to be a bit of a bias post, as The Keg is one of my favourite restaurants. I love the fact that you get constantly good service and the food is great. 401 more words


Waterfront Dining in Camden, Maine

One of my favorite places in New England (ok, the world really) is Midcoast Maine.  We have been visiting this little slice of paradise for several years now and come home kicking and screaming every time.   1,112 more words

Craft Beer

Plug-In: Dream Cream Ice Cream

Who are they?

Thomas Jamison (Right) who founded Dream Cream Ice Cream partnered with the Mayor’s Office and a few sponsor to put together this shop that doesn’t just sell ice cream but makes dreams come true. 469 more words


Synchronicity of Color 1

Synchronicity of Color 1

Photograph © 2016 Mabry Campbell

Mabry Campbell Photography: Website ⎟ FlickrFacebookGoogle+ ⎟ LinkedIn http://www.mabrycampbell.com 6 more words

Main Street Business Floats Away

More than 4 years ago, David Conneely made a life-changing decision. He moved from Brooklyn to Westport, to own and operate iFloat.

The Boston-area native did not know anyone here. 463 more words