"The 10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with profiles of Seth Wescott, 30, of
"The 10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with profiles of Seth Wescott, 30, of Carrabassett Valley, an Olympic gold medal snowboarder; Shalom Odokara, 47, executive director of Women in Need Industries in Portland; Stockard Channing, 62, of Georgetown, an Oscar-nominated actress; Owen Wells, 63, of Falmouth Foreside, president of the Libra Foundation; Asherah Cinnamon, 61, of South Portland, a therapist, artist, and daughter of Holocaust survivors; Realtor Luke Muzzy, 46, of Greenville, a central figure in Plum Creek's controversial Moosehead Lake development plan; Frances Auclair, 55, of Medway, Brigadier General of the Air National Guard; Eric Weinrich, 39, of Cousins Island, assistant coach of the Portland Pirates; Huey, 58, of Portland, an independent filmmaker; and Christopher Campbell, 42, an architect who owns Portland property housing artists' studios and the SPACE Gallery and new owner of the Longfellow Square building that housed the former Center for Cultural Exchange.
Genthner, Cathy; Barnett, Amy Louise; and Tapley, Lance, ""The 10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with profiles of Seth Wescott, 30, of" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1185.