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Belknap Mill Celebrates 190th Anniversary
LACONIA — The Belknap Mill, built in 1823, marked its 190th anniversary with a gala celebration on Nov. 8 that showcased its historical exhibits and the new Belknap Mill Art Gallery which offers juried works for sale to help support the Mill’s cultural programs. The featured exhibition at the event was a display of photographic works by Annie Posnack in the Mill’s Riverside Gallery.
Alone on the Holidays?
Join Others At Free Holiday Meals
No one should be alone for the holidays, and no one should go hungry. With that in mind, there are several options in the Lakes Region where area dining establishments, community churches, and other organizations put on free meals for those who otherwise would be alone or unable to enjoy the holidays.
Snowmobilers Are Ready To Hit the Trails
With the Old Farmer’s Almanac predicting a cold, snowy winter, snowmobile enthusiasts are gearing up for a spectacular sledding season. Trail groomers have been anxiously clearing the trails and erecting signs for the upcoming season, while the trade shows have been seeing record numbers of people stopping by for a look at the latest machines and equipment.
The Invisible People
Invisible to many, the homeless find there are programs where they can discover hidden talents and find their way to a fresh start. While we failed to reach our funding goal through Kickstarter, we are determined to complete this documentary to spread this message of hope. You can support the project directly by clicking on the Value2Me button and donating in any amount, of send a check to the Liberty Independent Media Project, PO Box 969, Winnisquam NH 03289.
“Eye of the Beholder” is another classic Twilight Zone episode with many overt themes, and brims with anti-collectivist, anti-segregationist, anti-mediocrity, and pro-humanist imagery and subtext. The obvious main theme is that beauty in fact is in the eye of the beholder — therefore, the beautiful woman in a world of ugliness is herself considered ugly for simply being different from the norm. Forgoing the interesting moral-relativist take one can have on that, let’s delve into the more subtle messages in the episode.
The Man Behind ‘Archie’
The Archie comic strip has become one of the best-known cartoons in the United States, as well as appearing in several other countries. Its popularity led to the renaming of the company that publishes the Archie comic books to Archie Comics, and the creation of a television series that further enlarged the franchise.
Samantha Silver produced an audio documentary, "Skin Deep", which focuses on the Maine naturist community. Click on the following link: http://soundcloud.com/samanthabsilver/skin-deep.
• Vera Meyer plays Ben Franklin's Glass Harmonica (Video version)
• Building Upon a Dream: Keene Castle
• Recalling the Hurricane of '38
• Monarch School of New England
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