Title

"Cover Story" piece on Portland's arts community, which is all but devoid of pol

Authors

Chris Busby

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

11-9-2000

Pages

8-11, 1

Abstract

"Cover Story" piece on Portland's arts community, which is all but devoid of politically motivated anger and protest. With comments by Nick Bloom, director of Maine Arts; Portland poet Steve Luttrell; John Nichols, a Portland playwright and taxi driver; Rodney Nason, a poet, director and member of Bastard Sons of the Infocalypse; Portland art gallery owner June Fitzpatrick; Local 188 curator Patrick Corrigan; local filmmaker Frank McMahon; and others. The Black Cat Communications Collective, which produces radical plays and also runs Black Cat Radio, a Portland-based pirate radio station, has taken on the job of almost single-handedly keeping the political protest movement in Portland alive.

Subjects

Protests, demonstrations, etc, Nick Bloom, Patrick Corrigan, June Fitzpatrick, Steve Luttrell, Frank McMahon, John Nichols

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