Publication Date

Spring 2002


Local history, Animal sciences, Feminism, Women's liberation, Generation X, Wicca


Human Ecology | Social and Cultural Anthropology | Sociology of Culture | Work, Economy and Organizations


SALT Spring 2002.


  • 4 Two Eggs, Toast, Homefries Marcy’s Breakfast and Lunch, a Portland landmark. Thea Okonak, Megan Dalrymple
  • 16 Large Animal Veterinarian All creatures great and small, but mostly great. A photo essay. Katie Terrill
  • 22 The Odd Fellows Theatre In Buckfield, a family theatre that has sold out 29 of 30 performances. Eric Larson, Brea Walker
  • 36 Liz Leddy: Portrait of a Boxer A young woman trains at the Portland Boxing Club. A photo essay. Christine Heinz
  • 44 The Witch is In Wicca is a faith and freedom. For Cynthia Collins, the freedom is what makes being a Witch seem like coming home. Heather Barnes, Maria Schriber
  • 58 Mother Trucker Mary Ann Cupero has been driving big rigs for 15 years. A photo essay. Megan Hanson


SALT, Inc.


Portland, Maine



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