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Saturday, July 22, 2017
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  • I like to call things what they are, not what they’re intended to conceal or cast in a positive light to perhaps make a more favorable impression. When a business says that prices will be adjusted, I know that means they will go up. . . .
  • Recently I was in Damariscotta, where I attended a question-and-answer session, organized by Lincoln County Indivisible, with Senator George Mitchell. His answers were very interesting and compelling. Here are my memories . . .
  • As a member of the Advisory Board of the Coastal Recovery Community Center, I would like to address a rumor that is circulating concerning our Center. We are not, nor are we considering, closing our Center. The Coastal Recovery Community . . .
  • Did you read that “Russia’s meddling in the U.S. elections was not a one-time affair; it’s an ongoing offensive with the singular goal of undermining and debasing American democracy.” Well, they got off to a great start. . . .
  • Memorial for a Hermit—
    In August of 2015, the Monson Historical Society was contacted by a University of Maine student who was writing a thesis on Hermits of Maine. Apparently the Monson/Elliotsville/Onawa area of Piscataquis County contained . . .
  • The American Folk Festival on the Bangor Waterfront has announced an immediate need for volunteers to orchestrate a successful 2017 festival. “In years past, this festival has required around 800 volunteers to pull off a flawless . . ."
  • Volunteers in the greater Thomaston area once again pulled together to put on a musical during two weekends at Watts Hall. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice, with a cast of over . . .
  • This past week an important bicentennial birthday seems to have been almost completely overlooked — that of essayist, poet and philosopher Henry David Thoreau. Born on July 12, 1817, he lived most of his short life in modest . . .
  • Few places have the robust, multifaceted and favorable “brand” that Maine does. Quality of people, values, food, art, higher education, products, scenery and recreation are renowned, nationally and internationally. . . .
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