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Virtual comedy “Do Not Move Stones” to debut

Virtual comedy “Do Not Move Stones” to debut

Editor’s Note: Portland Press Herald writer Bob Keyes wrote the following excerpted from his longer Sept. 26 story about young Maine artists who have sought refuge from the COVID-19 pandemic and produced innovative works while in their home state. To read the full story, click on the link: https://www.pressherald.com/2021/09/26/artists-sought-refuge-from-pandemic-by-returning-to-maine-and-found-opportunity/. DEER ISLE — Marvin Merritt IV ...




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