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Monthly Archives: March 2019

By Bryan Sidelinger- Black Violin, a group centered around two men mixing classical music with hip hop on a a viola and a violin, are coming to the Gracie Theater. Black Violin is composed of […]

Compiled by Jon Stinson Are you a fan of Hip Hop or the artistry of classical music? How about the experimental mixture of genres and art styles as vastly different as those two? The musical […]

By: Nick Langille – The Spectator BANGOR, ME – Spring break is over and the snow is starting to melt, which means it’s time for baseball. The Husson Eagles return home after playing 15 straight […]

It is warming up in Bangor, Maine, which means it is time to start playing outdoor sports again. Golf is one of the hardest sports to practice in college because most schools don’t have their […]

By Kevin Doyon Maine Fish and Wildlife have warned local ice fishers to be careful now that warmer weather is upon is. With Spring approaching, authorities say that the ice is becoming thinner and that […]

By: Nick Langille – The Spectator Thomaston, Maine – The residents of Thomaston will vote in June to keep or get rid of the town’s police department. Thomaston Police Chief Tim Hoppe works with one […]

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