Tag Archives: maine

What is branding and why should I care?

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Not only does brand consideration, thinking and strategy enter my company’s work with clients on a daily basis, we at my company is currently going through the process of a rebranding ourselves. While the process of brand development can be extraordinarily beneficial for companies and entrepreneurs, I realize that it remains mysterious to many. Because of this, I reached […]

Maine winter survival tips (in case you’re new or have forgotten how it’s done)

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I recently stumbled upon this glorious archived Reddit post in which Mainers offer advice on how to survive a winter in Maine. Here I have pulled some of the best nuggets and tried to organize the advice around categories so that it is a bit easier to sort through. Should you have the time, though, […]

Best ice cream shop in Maine, Catbird Creamery, to appear on the Cooking Channel this Sunday

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That’s Sunday, not sundae. THIS IS A NO PUN ZONE. Anyway, my very favorite ice cream shop, Catbird Creamery, will be on Unique Sweets at 10p this Sunday. Unique Sweets is on the Cooking Channel. Producers from the channel were in Portland earlier this year filming for a bunch of different shows. Eater Maine covered […]

Your Ultimate 2015 Maine Holiday Gift Guide (over 200 gifts!)

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BEHOLD! The 2015 Maine gift guide! Using the items and shops represented here, you can find a gift for every single person / style type / price restriction represented by your friends, families and colleagues. Basically: Shop using this list exclusively as a means of supporting local craftspeople and businesses. Shop using this list because Maine […]

Molly Steinmetz, Facebook and Instagram friend portrait artist, on her show

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A Very Large Collection of Very Small Portraits, a gallery show by Molly Steinmetz, opens at Pinecone + Chickadee tonight (it’s First Friday!) and will hang there throughout the month. Steinmetz, a Portland-based illustrator, drew portraits of over 300 of her Facebook and Instagram friends. The endeavor began as an extension of the #100daysproject (Steinmetz calling […]