"Cover Story" piece on Portland's arts community, which is all but devoid of pol
"Cover Story" piece on Portland's arts community, which is all but devoid of politically motivated anger and protest. With comments by Nick Bloom, director of Maine Arts; Portland poet Steve Luttrell; John Nichols, a Portland playwright and taxi driver; Rodney Nason, a poet, director and member of Bastard Sons of the Infocalypse; Portland art gallery owner June Fitzpatrick; Local 188 curator Patrick Corrigan; local filmmaker Frank McMahon; and others. The Black Cat Communications Collective, which produces radical plays and also runs Black Cat Radio, a Portland-based pirate radio station, has taken on the job of almost single-handedly keeping the political protest movement in Portland alive.
Protests, demonstrations, etc, Nick Bloom, Patrick Corrigan, June Fitzpatrick, Steve Luttrell, Frank McMahon, John Nichols
Busby, Chris, ""Cover Story" piece on Portland's arts community, which is all but devoid of pol" (2000). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 3723.
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