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    December 29, 2011

    Arts and entertainment: a year in review

    Covering the visual and performing arts, which I’ve been doing on the Midcoast full time for 15 years and in some way since the mid-’80s, is to be part of a cycle. Wondrous one-time shows and events certainly occur and I do my best to recognize them to give readers advance notice, but many things ebb and flow with the seasons. Annual concerts, festivals and exhibitions become ways to mark the passage of time, …

  • Published
    February 23, 2010

    Thomaston tracks repaired, back in use

    The last time the Midcoast was inundated with days of rain, a bank along the Georges River washed out adjacent to a section of railroad track below the former Maine State Prison site. Less than a month later, thanks to a stint of relatively dry weather and the efforts of the Maine Department of Transportation, the banking has been rebuilt in a fix that is considered permanent. “The DOT really worked well with …

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