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With a LOT of Help from My Friends, Pittston School Flat Stanley Project Doesn’t Fall Flat! Stan’s Been EVERYWHERE, Man! [Video + Song]
With a LOT of Help from My Friends, Pittston School Flat Stanley Project Doesn’t Fall Flat! Stan’s Been EVERYWHERE, Man! [Video + Song]
Mrs. Damon from Pittston School, who is not only a great teacher but also a dear friend, entrusted me with one of her student's Flat Stanleys. I was to take the storybook character (who was flattened by a bulletin board, thus could go almost anywhere) on great adventures with me and capture the moments in photographs. I was delighted!
Chicago Magician/Mentalist Dennis Watkins at Cony High School Saturday [Audio/Video]
Chicago Magician/Mentalist Dennis Watkins at Cony High School Saturday [Audio/Video]
If you love magic and mentalism, you're going to love this world class show at Cony High in the auditorium on Saturday night (5/3) at 7pm. $15 will buy a seat. Tix at several credit unions including KVFCU on West River Road. Listen to the interview for details on this awesome ending hunger/project graduation benefit!
Maine First Lady Ann LePage Joins Retired U.S. Army Staff Sargent, Travis Mills, to Talk About the ‘Travis Mills Project’ [Audio]
Maine First Lady Ann LePage Joins Retired U.S. Army Staff Sargent, Travis Mills, to Talk About the ‘Travis Mills Project’ [Audio]
On April 10th, 2012, life changed forever for Travis Mills and his family. The U.S. Army Staff Sargent, while on his third tour in Afghanistan, set off an IED (improvised explosive device) which nearly ended his life. Nearly two years later, now a quadruple amputee, Travis appreciates life and his family more than you can imagine. His dream is to open a handicap accessible camp for veterans and th
Some More Sound Advice for Women That Can Keep You Safe (A True Story of Abuse)
Some More Sound Advice for Women That Can Keep You Safe (A True Story of Abuse)
Yesterday, I went off on this spiel about how saddened I am to see women's lives ruined by the, so called, "men" they love. I felt compelled after two recent, senseless, murders of young women by, not men, but animals. I got some hopeful comments that let me know my advice was on target. I also got something I didn't expect. A letter from a woman in central Maine corroborating what I was