Profiles of the "10 most intriguing people in Maine," including Fritz Grobe and
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.
Stuart, Donna and Gaines, Judith, "Profiles of the "10 most intriguing people in Maine," including Fritz Grobe and" (2008). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1501.
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