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Heather Holloway

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Shelter Dogs find Fur-ever Homes (VIDEO)

Rescue Road Trips saves lives There is an abundance of shelter dogs in the deep south. That’s why Greg Mahle founded a transport service to relieve these unwanted dogs from their death sentence and ship them north to the arms […]

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Adventure Program for Kids from Cancer Families (VIDEO)

Kids Find Support in Each Other When cancer is present in the family, home can be a difficult place to be when you’re a kid. That’s why Crescentia Healy-True founded On Belay, an adventure based support system for kids whose […]

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Soldier’s Memory lives on through Soccer (VIDEO)

Kick for Nick In the town of Wilton, Connecticut, soccer has made a huge impact. Sitting in the town center is a collection basket filled with soccer balls. These soccer balls will make a very unique journey around the world […]

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Web Series “You Should Know” offers quick life-hacks for better living

Need moments of inspiration, positive reinforcement and general quick solutions to living a better life?  Then “YOU SHOULD KNOW” these simple life-hacks to help you live a more happy, empowered and stress-free life. Infotainment is just one of the entertaining […]

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DORIS A New Beginning

  Over a year ago I encountered the story of DORIS (Ex Vayu, Huntress, Astarte) a Herreshoff Mfg Co built giant yacht crumbling to moss and earth in the back corner of a boatyard.  I fell in love with the boat, […]

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A Dying Breed: Capt’n Julie Eaton (VIDEO)

As corporate vertical integration swallows the fishing industry, Lobstermen are experiencing the loss of their livelihood and heritage to sky-rocketing business costs and forced regulation favoring buyers and distributers, but by unionizing, can the Lobstermen of Maine save their way […]

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A Dying Breed: Maine’s Lobstermen fight for survival As corporate vertical integration swallows the fishing industry, Lobstermen are experiencing the loss of their livelihood and heritage to sky-rocketing business costs and forced regulation favoring buyers and distributers, but by unionizing, […]

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Exploring WoodenBoat’s Rare Books (Video)

  This video, shot on location at WoodenBoat Publications, Brooklin ME, offers a privileged glimpse into the rare books library.  More information, including additional rare material, is available on their website at www.woodenboat.com

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Meet Joel Woods (Video)

My latest video project is out… “Maine has long been known for its lobsters and fishermen, but what most people don’t realize is just how difficult and mundane fishing can be. Watch what one fisherman, Joel Woods, does to make […]

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Amara Watkin-Anson (VIDEO)

The latest installment in my short documentary series featuring people and organizations working toward solutions for global issues. Amara, a Global Advocate with Mama Hope and from Hartford CT, works on a sustainable agriculture project in Kenya.   Be Inspired.  Be […]

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