Audio Slideshows

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Lulu’s Story – Homeless in Maine

This collaborative story was produced for the Do 1 Thing project. It was shown as part of a showcase of work on teenage homelessness at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland. (Photographs by Alexandra Daley-Clark)

Picture 5Cancer diagnosis alters Gray artist’s perspective

Georgette Kanach hasn’t stopped looking to the future, as she reflects that many other people share her experience.

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Picture 5Re/Collected: Maine Historical Society’s new exhibit

A conversation with Laura Sprague, guest curator.

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Picture 5Moving into history: Maine Historical Society’s new space

A conversation with Richard D’Abate, Executive Director, Maine Historical Society.

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Picture 5Franklin Street, Portland

From neighborhood to dividing highway: A historical look back with City Historian Scott Hanson.

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Picture 5A Look Back at Portland’s Eastern Waterfront and the Maine State Pier

With City Historian Scott Hanson.

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Picture 5Maine reflects: Inauguration Day

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Picture 5Passamaquoddy tribal member David Moses Bridges on the history of birch bark canoe building in Maine

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Picture 5Close Call on the Fish River: A Fort Kent resident reflects on the historical flooding

Picture 5A look inside: The Wadsworth-Longfellow House

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