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Maine Public: South Bristol's Annual Ice Harvest Keeps 'Working History' From Melting Away

Ice harvesting was a thriving industry in 19th century New England. Using large, jagged-toothed saws, workers would cut heavy blocks from frozen rivers, lakes and ponds, pack it in sawdust and sell it around the world. Then came electric refrigeration, and ice-cutting became all but obsolete. But there are still a few places where the tradition is carried on.

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Join us for our next News & Brews Trivia Night! Register your team (team name and team members) in advance by emailing us at RSVP@mainepublic.org. The first 5 teams that register will score complimentary Maine Public mason jars. Teams should consist of no more than six players.
 

NPR: Refugee Docents Help Bring A Museum's Global Collection To Life

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Goats and Soda:  How Not To Get Sick On A Plane

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WGBH Local News: Could Martha's Vineyard Run Entirely On Renewable Energy?

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Code Switch: When McDonald's Was A Road To Black Liberation

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BBC Reel: Did The Big Bang Create A Twin Universe?

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PBS Newshour: The Enduring And Spectacular Friendship Of Steve Martin And Martin Short
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PBS: Student Reporting On The Experiences Of LGBTQ Youth

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Marketplace: Is The “Must-Have” Toy A Thing Of The Past?

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Maine PublicMECA Students Hold First 'Resilience Week' To Support Students Of Color
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