The Invisible People
Invisible to many, the homeless nevertheless exist in most cities and towns. Now there are programs to help them discover hidden talents and find their way to a fresh start.
This documentary highlights an art and photography project in Laconia NH and a transitional program in Canaan NH.
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By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — Cheers erupted at the Newfound Area School Board’s April 13 meeting when it appointed Assistant Principal Paul Hoiriis to succeed Principal Michael O’Malley at Newfound Regional High School. Hoiriis was one of two finalists for the position who met with community members prior to the board’s final decision. The other candidate was Chri..
By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — Responding to the complaints of residents who say they no longer try to park downtown, and merchants who claim they have been losing business since the reconfiguration of Central Square, selectmen on April 9 voted to replace back-in parking with traditional, face-in diagonal parking on North Main Street and the southern end of the square. They als..
By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School Board on March 23 accepted the resignation of Bristol Elementary School Principal Mollay Jallah, effective at the end of the school year. The action came after the board went into non-public session to discuss the matter. Superintendent Stacy Buckley had not responded to a request for a copy of Jallah’s letter of resignation..
By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — Having lost his bid for selectman by five votes in 2014 and then being denied an appointment to the board because of partisan rivalries, Paul Manganiello prevailed in this year’s election and he took his seat at the table on March 26, bringing the board to its full complement for the first time since Joe Denning resigned, shortly after town meeting last y..
By Thomas P. Caldwell BRISTOL — While most of March 12 meeting focused on the town meeting that would be taking place two days later, the Bristol Board of Selectmen also questioned Highway Superintendent Mark Bucklin about how his budget was holding out as the winter season neared an end. Bucklin said winter maintenance had put spending roughly $10,000 over what it should be and h..
By Thomas P. Caldwell BRIDGEWATER — The Hebron-Bridgewater Refuse District formed in 1976, building an incinerator and recycling center in Bridgewater that was considered state-of-the-art. Now, nearly 40 years later, with Hebron having pulled out of the district several years ago and Bridgewater operating one of only three remaining incinerators in the state — and the only one..
• Santa's Village at 60: A popular program that captures and shares the magic of Christmas opened at the Bristol Community Center (now Tapply-Thompson Community Center) 60 years ago. We will interview people who were there at the beginning and who took part through the years, either as workers or spectators, as well as following the construction and presentation of this year's Santa's Village.
• Vera Meyer plays Ben Franklin's Glass Harmonica (Video version)
• Building Upon a Dream: Keene Castle
• Monarch School of New England
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The Veteran's Forum
Part of the US Library of Congress' Veterans History Project, "The Veteran's Forum" is a series of interviews with combat veterans conducted by a former US Navy Seabee, Bob Stevens.
This interview is with Ronald Barcomb, a resident of the NH Veterans' Home in Tilton, who served in the US Army from 1968 to1971, during the Vietnam Conflict.
The Liberty Independent Media Project teamed up with Bob Stevens for the first time with this interview, and will be releasing additional interviews, approximately once a month.
This episode is simple in concept and execution yet broad in implications (as the best are). The political commentary is clear-cut and eternal, yet holds a special significance these days. The message? The transformative nature of a state of absolute surveillance.
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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.
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The Invisible People
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