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PBS Newshour: How This Philanthropist Hopes To Boost Mid-Career Women Artists

The work of women artists makes up only 3 to 5 percent of major museums' permanent collections in the U.S. and Europe. Many of these artists struggle financially, but Susan Unterberg is trying to change that. 

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Our News & Brews team is headed next to Austin Street at 115 Fox Street in Portland Thursday, February 13. Our first two events at Liquid Riot and Rising Tide were PACKED, so we suggest you register in advance by emailing us your team name and number of players to RSVP@mainepublic.org. The event starts at 6:00 p.m.
 

PBS Newshour: 
‘Hamilton,’ With Its Original Cast, Coming To A Film Screen Near You

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Marketplace: Airbnb Is Offering Lots Of Experiences. Results May Vary.

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NPR Europe:  Germany Has A New Receipt Law —       And Bakeries Are Getting Sweet Revenge
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Connecticut Public Radio: A Beginner's Try At Ice Climbing In Southern New England

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PBS Newshour: Dog Sleuths Sniff Out Crop Disease Hitting U.S. Citrus Trees

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Maine Public: As 'Sober Curious' Movement Gains Popularity, Mainers Look For Alternatives To Hitting The Bar
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Maine Public:  Regulators Say Maine Could Soon Run Out Of 207 Phone Numbers

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NPR Science: A Day Like Sunday Hadn't Been Seen In 900 Years

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Maine CallingLongtime NPR Host Diane Rehm  Discusses Her New Book, Podcast and Current Events
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In Tune Pick Of The Week: John Moreland – “LP5”‚Äč

“John Moreland is one of those songwriters like John Prine or Townes Van Zandt who can create an atmosphere with words, tell a story that sticks with you, and gets in under your skin.  HIs previous albums have been more stripped down, but this one has a band and was produced by Matt Pence, and it is produced beautifully.  Not too much, not too little.  The songs, his voice and the music add up to an album that I know I will reach for over and over.” -- Sara
 
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