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Posts By Nick Schroeder

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Exit Interview: Elise Pepple
6 months ago

Exit Interview: Elise Pepple

By  •  Q&A

Since she moved to Portland from rural Alaska in 2012, to attend Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, the artist, educator, and storyteller Elise Pepple has dug her hands in the local dirt.
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Friend Crush: Portland Style w/ John and Kazeem
7 months ago

Friend Crush: Portland Style w/ John and Kazeem

Friends, fashionites, and fellow entrepreneurs John Turner [Traps Eyewear] and Kazeem Lawal [Portland Trading Co.] both have presence in the Old Port. Hailing from Harpswell, Maine, and Lagos, Nigeria, the …
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Cameraperson at SPACE Gallery
8 months ago

Cameraperson at SPACE Gallery

One of the standouts at last month’s Camden International Film Festival, Kirsten Johnson’s CAMERAPERSON is a singularly memorable cinematic experience. Comprised of outtakes and footage amassed over her 25-year career …
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Exit Interview: Amy Stacey Curtis
9 months ago

Exit Interview: Amy Stacey Curtis

By  •  Q&A

You can’t tell the story of the last generation of Maine art without Amy Stacey Curtis. The prolific installation artist puts the finishing touches on the ninth — and final …
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Q&A with Portland Needle Exchange’s Brittney Dunham and Hilary Eslinger
1 year ago

Q&A with Portland Needle Exchange’s Brittney Dunham and Hilary Eslinger

By  •  Q&A

Since 1998, the Portland Needle Exchange has been a volunteer-run branch of the India Street Public Health Center, focusing on harm reduction, risk reduction, and education. They provide clean needles …
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June, 2016 — Musician Issue Editor’s Letter
1 year ago

June, 2016 — Musician Issue Editor’s Letter

This spring, a friend of mine — a musician, and a good one — said he wasn’t feeling too excited about Portland lately. Despite being a prolific, celebrated …
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Q&A with Lisa Fernandes of the Resilience Hub
1 year ago

Q&A with Lisa Fernandes of the Resilience Hub

By  •  Q&A

Now in its tenth year, the Resilience Hub in Bayside has been slowly working to integrate the practices of permaculture with the dynamic lifestyles and work habits of southern Maine.


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In Defense of India Street, a Conversation with Annie Spencer
1 year ago

In Defense of India Street, a Conversation with Annie Spencer

By  •  Q&A, Culture

Four weeks ago, a budget proposal submitted by Portland City Manager Jon Jennings recommended the closure of the India Street Public Health Center, a municipally run public health care facility …
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Springtime in the Year of Pulses (May Editor’s Note)
1 year ago

Springtime in the Year of Pulses (May Editor’s Note)

While it’s typically the domain of magazines to produce opulent images of things you wanna put in your mouth — creamy risottos chiffoned with basil; plump cheeseburgers with peppery, complicated …
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Q&A with Khalik Allah, Director of ‘Field Niggas’
1 year ago

Q&A with Khalik Allah, Director of ‘Field Niggas’

By  •  Q&A, Film

Filmmaker/photographer Khalik Allah says Field Niggas is a spiritual film.

 

hot at the corner of 125th St. and Lexington Avenue in Harlem, a neighborhood known for homelessness, drug use …
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