Personalities; Maine's 10 Most Intriguing Earth Angels


Sarah Moore


Portland Monthly




33-51; 94-99


Features stories about Mainers who have unusual stories to tell: includes a family that came to Maine from Kenya who are putting down roots; Angus King's climate change expedition to the Arctic Circle; an interview with young actress Yamilah Saravong who was part of the cast of Daddy's Home 2; the story of wounded veteran Travis Mills; Amanda Charlton Herbert's experience in a Mongolian horse race; PC guy, Maine guy John Hodgman's new book Vacationland; Jessica Hewitt's story about the sinking of the ship Bounty during Hurricane Sandy; banker Wayne Davis' story of resurrecting AmTrak in Maine; and a peek at artist Patrick Corrigan's life at Local 188 and beyond.


Kadija Hussein, Cultivating Community, New American Sustainable Agriculture Project, Hawa Ibrahim, Eimskip, Icebreakers, Greenland, Afghanistan, Iraq War, Kelsey Mills, Chloe Mills, Mongol Derby, Taylor Dolak, Robin Walbridge, Claudene Christian, Jay and Allison Villani, Performance Art, Chris Wright, Jesus Cactus

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