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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne
    Audio recorded by Abbie Strout

    On today’s show we take you to a “Women’s Equality Day” rally in Bangor, where speakers celebrated progress and looked to the work ahead, and then later, in the community event spotlight this week we talk with Astrig Tanguay about the upcoming annual Fiber College in Searsport (FMI: facebook.com/fiber.college and website: www.fibercollege.org/ , (207) 548-6059/)

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    If you’re looking for the WERU News Report, you’re in the right place – we’re just changing the name to better reflect the ever-changing mix of independent news, views and culture that we feature every week. Some weeks we report on issues that are in the news and have guests in the studio that can answer questions from callers, and other times – like today- we’re going to be taking things in a different direction.

    Today we take you to “Queen City Cellar Tellers”, a monthly storytelling event in Bangor, where we hear stories told by Ilze Petersons, Einstein Hickman and Carol Rosinski on this month’s theme of “peace”, and then keeping with that theme, we talk with Dan Avener, one of the organizers of this weekend’s 2nd annual Belfast Peace Festival.

    FMI re the Queen City Cellar Tellers: info@thejuicecellar.com , www.facebook.com/groups/cellartellers/
    FMI re the Belfast Peace Festival: www.belfastpeacefestival.org/ , www.facebook.com/pages/Belfast-Peace-Festival/753172141392720?fref=ts

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne
    Audio recorded by Matt Murphy and Jim Campbell
    Production assistance from WERU intern Cody Garland

    “Bucksport: How It Was and How It Is” – a story telling event sponsored by the Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and WERU at the Alamo Theatre on July 8th. The event was part of “Wednesday on Main” which aims to “bring fun, energy and joy to Main St. In Bucksport Wednesdays from 5pm till 7pm thru the summer.”

    More information is available at :

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