Title

Profiles of the "10 most intriguing people in Maine," including Fritz Grobe and

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

11-2008

Pages

30-35, 76-89

Abstract

Profiles of the "10 most intriguing people in Maine," including Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz of Buckfield's Oddfellow Theater, whose Diet Coke and Mentos geysers brought them fame; Dr. Amy Arnett of Unity College, who won a Fullbright Scholarship Award to study the ant lion in Slovenia; Peter Carlisle, the Portland sports agent who represents Olympian swimmer Michael Phelps; Jennifer Norbert, the Cumberland County assistant district attorney who worked on the high profile Long Lake boating accident case; Vinalhaven artist Robert Indiana, who created the LOVE, and now, the HOPE icon; author Jaed Coffin of Portland, whose "Chant To Soothe Wild Elephants," is earning rave reviews; Christian Tietje, part-time Wells resident and owner of Four Vines Winery in California; Dr. Bernard Lown, inventor of the defibrillator and Nobel-prize winner, who fled the Holocaust and grew up in Lewiston; and author and fisherman Linda Greenlaw of Isle au Haut.

Subjects

Maine Biography

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