Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including new Portland Pol
Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including new Portland Police Chief James Craig; executive director of the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority Patricia Quinn; television chef Gordon Ramsey, who is passionate about Maine lobster; Brunswick native Mary Pols, author of "Accidentally on Purpose," now a TV series; Maine native Emmett Beliveau, director of advance for President Barack Obama; toxicologist Dr. Deborah Rice, who works for the Maine CDC and takes on the chemical lobby; lesbian playwright and activist Carolyn Gage of Portland; tugboat business owner Arthur Fournier, who has sued his son, who also owns a Portland tugboat business; Roxanne Quimby, philanthropist and co-founder of Burt's Bees, who is starting an arts building on Congress St.; and Felicia Knight, former WGME 13 news anchor and Director of Communications for the National Endowment of the Arts.
Stuart, Donna; Paine, Laura; and Sargent, Colin, "Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," including new Portland Pol" (2009). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1599.
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