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The protesters, mainly students and low-income individuals, tell the city that having to pay higher rent will force many of them into homelessness. [Read More]
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Cast member Shane Gillis posted a video last year in which he used a racial slur for Chinese people and derided Asians trying to learn... [Read More]
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A maintenance worker, who was also seriously injured, is credited with getting several people to safety just before the blast, which also destroyed 11 mobile... [Read More]
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Femme.Cine.Anarachy is Thursday at Slab. [Read More]
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The day-long festival featuring musical performances and readings will travel through the city Saturday. [Read More]
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Foundation and Brewery Extrava are replicating styles from Germany and Belgium. [Read More]
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The 1977 album was re-mastered and is available exclusively through Bull Moose. [Read More]
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The orchestra's newly installed music director conducts season-opening concerts Sunday and Monday. [Read More]
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The University of Maine and Temple field hockey teams were treated like second-class athletes. [Read More]
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China Xpress opened in South Portland this summer, with a menu of ready-to-serve dishes and a drive-through window. [Read More]
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The Department of Energy says the U.S. is prepared to tap emergency oil reserves if necessary to cover supply disruptions. [Read More]
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Flowers speak the language of the soul at The Footlights Theatre in Falmouth. [Read More]
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No one was inside at the time, though six Torah scrolls - sacred Jewish texts handwritten on parchment paper - were destroyed. [Read More]
Two cars collided in the Bangor-area town, sending several people to the hospital... [Read More]
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Volunteering your time, your money or both can bring tangible results and leave a legacy of change. [Read More]
When tossed warm with a Thai-inspired fish sauce vinaigrette, the pasta stays tender and soaks up the sauce's spicy, savory tang. [Read More]
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For over 25 years, volunteers from a chapter of Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners have served tens of thousands of bowls of vegan beans at... [Read More]
Sen. Susan Collins and other politicians in Washington talk a lot about taking on Big Pharma – lawmakers in Augusta actually do it. [Read More]
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Climate activists petition bastions of power, like Exxon and Shell. They chant, "this is what democracy looks like!" They of course get no response –... [Read More]
John D. Rockefeller Jr. clearly stipulated that motorized vehicles would never be allowed on the carriage roads his family donated to Acadia National Park. The... [Read More]
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