Title

Interviews with and profiles of the "Ten Most Intriguing Mainers", including: C

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

11-2011

Pages

28-36, 72-74

Abstract

Interviews with and profiles of the "Ten Most Intriguing Mainers", including: Chris Coyne, a South Portland native who founded SparkNotes and dating site OK Cupid; Samantha Appleton, a native of Camden who is a photographer at the White House; sisters and Madawaska natives Ashley Hebert, who appeared on ABC's "The Bachelorette", and Chrystie Corns, who appeared on TLC's "Extreme Couponing"; Tom Andrews, former Maine state legislator and U.S. congressman who is currently president of United to End Genocide; Carolyn Chute, an author raised in Cape Elizabeth whose work includes "The Beans of Egypt, Maine"; Donald Sussman, a hedge-fund billionaire and supporter of the arts and culture in Maine; Pat Gallant-Charette, a Westbrook native who recently became the oldest woman to successfully swim the English Channel; and John Malone, #69 on the most recent Forbes list of the 400 richest people in America and purchaser of one million acres of Maine forest land.

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