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NAACP's 'March to End Violence' rally in Portland deemed 'quiet' by police - Bangor Daily News

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NAACP’s ‘March to End Violence’ rally in Portland deemed ‘quiet’ by police
Bangor Daily News
PORTLAND, Maine — Several hundred people protesting the recent deaths of two black men by white police officers in Missouri and New York stopped traffic in the city’s busy downtown on Friday and similar sized group gathered Sunday at another protest …
Hundreds march for racial justice in PortlandWCSH-TV
Demonstrators hit the streets of Portland to end police violenceWGME

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More than 600 protest police violence in march down Congress Street - Press Herald

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More than 600 protest police violence in march down Congress Street
Press Herald
More than 600 people marched down Congress Street Sunday afternoon to protest the killings of two black men by white police officers in Missouri and New York as Portland police blocked traffic along the route and escorted the crowd from Congress Square …

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“Age-Friendly Communities: Adapting to Maine’s Changing Population,” 7:30 to 9 a.m., MEREDA breakfast program with Lori Parham and Peter Morelli from AARP and Mark Eves, Maine House speaker. Held at the Regency Hotel, 20 Milk St., Portland.

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Maine mixer, Bob Ludwig, nominated for Grammy awards again - WGME

Maine mixer, Bob Ludwig, nominated for Grammy awards again
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PORTLAND (WGME) — The Grammy nominations are out, and along with Taylor Swift and Iggy Azalea, one Mainer got a nomination. Bob Ludwig, founder of Portland’s Gateway Mastering Studio, is up for five Grammys this year.Two of Ludwig’s nominations …

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