In the 3rd Annual "Ideas Issue," Portland Phoenix writers propose ideas they wou
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In the 3rd Annual "Ideas Issue," Portland Phoenix writers propose ideas they would like to see become reality, including an extreme-sports mecca at the perhaps-soon-to-be-obsolete Cumberland County Civic Center; making the positions of editors and columnists elected offices; a trolley service between Portland's Old Port and Bayside; a Portland-to-South Portland ferry service; a flexible, virtual "non-university" in Portland; an "Art Bart" so creative types could barter their products; moving the University of Southern Maine's School of Music from Gorham to Portland; a musicians' co-op supported by the city of Portland; and a Portland Free Food Festival.
King, Andy; Craig, Lisa; Irvine, Alex; Pfeifle, Sam; Thompson, Chris; Whiton, Tanya; and Dewan, Becca, "In the 3rd Annual "Ideas Issue," Portland Phoenix writers propose ideas they wou" (2005). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1968.
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