1. Strakka At Le Mans: Day 4


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    • Why Tim Read is standing for the Greens in Brunswick.


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      www.timread.net for more information on Tim Read and the Greens' campaign in Brunswick. With only a 3.3% margin between the Greens and Labor in the 2010 state election result, Brunswick is a real chance for the Greens this year. Adam Bandt has been an effective representative for Melbourne in the lower house of federal parliament and this year the Greens may get their first MPs in the lower house of Victoria's parliament.

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      • Bowdoin A Capella: May 15, 2011


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        Pickard Theater Brunswick, Maine Meddies BOKA Ursus Verses Miscellania Bella Mafia The Longfellows

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        • The Scientists - Teenage Dreamer (The Geeks cover) @ The Howler, Brunswick (29th Mar 2014)


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          "Teenage Dreamer" is a song by The Geeks which later on became The Victims. Originally the song was called "I’m In London". Later on it was re-written as "Death Hurts" by The Hitler Youth. The legendary Perth post-punk rockers The Scientists are reforming for a nation-wide tour in March of this year to celebrate the 35th anniversary of their forming. The good news is that this one off lineup will be their original line-up of singer-guitarist Kim Salmon, guitarist-singer Roddy Radalj, bassist Boris Sujdovic and legendary drummer, James Baker. Way back in 1978, they changed band names from The Invaders to The Scientists and went on to release a string of classic albums through Bruce Milne’s Au Go Go label. They playing loud, brash music that took from the punk and swamp rock genres. In a decade-long career spanning seven albums and influencing countless rockers, including Nirvana front-man, Kurt Cobain, The Scientists’ style evolved from pop and punk influenced tunes, to a more psychedelic, swampy sound as their line-up shifted around. Kim Salmon: “Even with the melodic material (most of it) we wanted it to be a bit out of tune but not in an obvious way that it would seem deliberate… these were the things that made for 'style' we believed.” A show in Perth’s Shenton Park Hotel saw the end of The Scientists’ golden era, but the band has come together a few times since, in 1995 for a reunion show and in 2006 and 2010 to play All Tomorrow’s Parties curated performances. For more information about The Scientists: Scientists EP http://kimsalmon.bandcamp.com/album/the-scientists-ep Scientist first self titled album For more information about Kim Salmon: http://www.kimsalmon.com.au

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          • Lab Coast LIVE at the Legion


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            here's another one from calgary's lab coast, playing live at the royal canadian legion in sackville, new brunswick. thursday 17 april 2014.

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            • Noise Hounds LIVE at Pickles


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              this is the noise hounds, playing at pickles deli on thursday, february 23rd, 2012. hot hot hot. filmed by this camera.

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              • Parkview Adventist Medical Center


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                Parkview is a proud sponsor of the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber of Commerce

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                • Jeff Thompson - Conseros Software Inc


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                  As Founder/CEO of Conseros Software, Jeff lead a team of great folks that did just that. They found some great customers, learned a lot from there successes and mistakes, and managed a successful exit.

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                  • Renaissance Man


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                    Do you remember the good ole' days of Plato and Aristotle? When innovational thoughts were held at the highest regard? Well Ben Bourgeois from Brunswick, Maine is a modern day version of these thought provoking individuals. Upon completing this segment, one might consider Bourgeois to be... a Renaissance Man. This video was created for my Field Production course at the University of Southern Maine. (C)

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                    • Weird Lines LIVE at STEREOPHONIC 11


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                      this (maybe one-off?) supergroup performs at george's roadhouse as part of stereophonic, the 11th annual music festival put on by CHMA 106.9fm radio in sackville, new brunswick. friday 17 january 2014.

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