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Wednesday, September 19, 2018
  • Book Review: Two Unfinished Wars in All Their Thrill and Horror
    The Global War on Terrorism War Memorial Act that Congress passed last year calls for a new monument on the Mall. Like the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, it will be designed by the winner of a national competition. Unlike the Vietnam . . .
  • “I Love Food” Grads Named; Celebrity Chefs Needed at Game Loft
    The Game Loft in Belfast introduced the I Love Food program this summer to expand on the nutritious meals served there daily and allow young people to create their own healthy meals. Run by retired chefs Sally Lewis-Lamonica and Charlie . . .
  • Field Walk at Weskeag Marsh on September 19
    Friends of the Weskeag invites the public to join Maine Natural Areas Program Ecologist Kristen Puryear for a field walk of Weskeag Marsh and a discussion of tidal marsh ecology at 10 a.m.,
  • Bay Chamber Music School Adds to Faculty
    Bay Chamber Music School is welcoming five new faculty members for its coming school year. Drummer Jon Fishman (of Phish) joins the faculty roster this fall. Fishman had a passion for the drums from an early age and emulated . . .
  • Farm Labor Leader to Talk About Immigration & Maine’s Migrant Agricultural Workers
    On Thursday, September 20, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Crosby Center, 96 Church Street in Belfast, WERU Community Radio and Americans Who Tell the Truth will present farm labor activist and union leader Baldemar Velasquez . . .
  • Belfast GOP Candidate to Drop Out of House Race, Appealing Assault Conviction
    Repub- lican Bevelyn Beatty of Belfast intends to drop out of the race for Maine House District 97, which comprises the towns of Belfast, Northport and Waldo. Reached by phone, Beatty offered a curt explanation for her decision. . . .
  • Two of the three available Belfast City Council seats will be contested in the general election on November 6. Belfast City Clerk Amy Flood released the names of candidates who filed completed nomination papers by the September 4 deadline . . .
  • Faces of Our Homeless: A Smile and a Heart
    “A smile and a heart,” said a woman shopper about what comes with the free clothes, food and household items provided for the 300 or so homeless people in our area who are clients of the Knox County Homeless Coalition. . . .
  • I figure my memory is as good as it is today because of backyard baseball. In the very early ’60s my sister Barbara hit a high pop-up in our backyard. I moved under it for an easy catch and miscalculated the trajectory. The hardball grazed . . .
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