More than 80,000 children in Maine are ‘food insecure’. It doesn’t have to be this way. ‘A Place At The Table‘ looks at the problem and the solutions. There’s a free screening tonight at Curtis Memorial Library tonight at 7p.m. A discussion will follow led by Karen Parker, executive director of Mid Coast Hunger Prevention Program and Meredith Sciacca, a first grade teacher from Coffin Elementary School in Brunswick.
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Backed by the drummers from the Rutgers University Marching Band and, apparently, not afraid of heights!
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What great placement!
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Walk Off The Earth clearly know how to have fun covering other artist’s songs. And they manage to have a…
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In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tregedy, The Alternate Routes wrote ‘Nothing More’. They’re asking fans to…