Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with interviews in questio
Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with interviews in question-and-answer format with Bau Graves and Phyllis O'Neill, co-directors of the Center for Cultural Exchange in Portland, and with James Cagney IV, a Portland actor and grandson of film star Jimmy Cagney. Others profiled include Julie Berry, a Gorham native and a contestant on the CBS reality television show "Survivor IX: Vanautu;" Nathan Szanton, a Portland affordable housing developer and partner in Maine Workforce Housing; Winston McGill, a Portland firefighter and president of the Portland branch of the NAACP; Pat LaMarche, vice presidential candidate for the Green Party; Dr. Kathleen Gensheimer, state epidemiologist since 1981; Hilary Bassett, executive director of Greater Portland Landmarks; and Beth Stickney, a Portland immigration lawyer and executive director of Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project.
People Miscellaneous, Bassett, Hilary, Julie, Berry, Cagney, James IV, Gensheimer, Kathleen, Graves, Bau, LaMarche, Pat, McGill, Winston, O'Neill, Phyllis, Stickney, Beth, Szanton, Nathan
"Profiles of the "10 Most Intriguing People in Maine," with interviews in questio" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 686.