Portland, Maine

What is Portland, Maine known for?


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; and hosts many anime and gaming events such as anime screenings, an anime music video contest, a masquerade (Masquerade ball), guest panels, workshops, game tournaments, a dealers' room, an auction, and PortConMaine's signature "Extreme


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;props item(Name,Description),cat(Name,Description)&style simple view-dhtml.xsl publisher Automobile Club of America title United States Touring Map year 1924 accessdate July 20, 2010 Before being designated as US 2, the current alignment was part of several inter-state routes of the 1922 New England road marking system. From Danville (Danville, Vermont) eastward to the state line, the US 2 alignment was part of Route 15 (New England) Route&


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. Coryat, D. (n.d.) "Challenging the silences and omissions of dominant media: Youth-led media collectives in Colombia," Youth Media Reporter. Retrieved 11 2 08. Demonstrating the wide reach of youth-led media a program in Oakland, California called Youth Radio has been featured across national media outlets in the U.S., including NPR and PBS. Other examples include the Blunt Youth Radio Project provides an hour-long, weekly, youth-produced public affairs


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and 1676, commonly called Philip ...'', pp.175-176 The fall of Fort Loyal (Casco) led to the near depopulation of Maine. Native forces were then able to attack New Hampshire frontier without reprisal. Conquering the American wilderness: the triumph of European warfare in ... By Guy Chet; p. 82 '''Events''' * National Association (NABBP) membership triples and geographic scope explodes, from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas to Portland, Maine. The association


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Mastering Studios in Portland, Maine. The June 2006 issue of ''Guitar World'' (released April 11, 2006) featured an interview with guitarist Adam Jones (Adam Jones (musician)) discussing the new album. Jones explained that recording techniques for the album involved the use of a "pipe bomb microphone" (a guitar pickup mounted inside a brass cylinder), and a talk box guitar solo on the song "Jambi". The "pipe bomb microphone" and other studio related


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of This) ". ''E! News'', "Backstage Exclusive" interview of Simpson by Ryan Seacrest, aired June 8, 2006. She also performed a cover of "Why Don't You Do Right?". Jay Lustig, "Ashlee throws everything but the sync into high-energy show", ''The Star-Ledger'', July 22, 2006. The song has become a classic


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connects Conway and Manchester via Concord Coach Lines. Education Paine attended the Boston Latin School, and at the early age of fourteen, he became a member of Harvard College from which institution he graduated from in 1749 at age 18. He then was engaged in teaching school for several years back at the Boston Latin and at Lunenburg, Massachusetts He also attempted a merchant career with journeys to the Carolinas, the Azores, and to Spain, as well as a whaling voyage


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. The number was assigned in 1922 as part of the New England Interstate Routes (also known as the '''Dixville Notch Way'''), and, other than being extended from U.S. Route 3 into Vermont, the route has changed little since then. The system was disbanded in the 1930s, and Route 26 was replaced by individual state highways, each retaining the original highway number. '''Maine State Route 26''' begins in Portland, Maine. State route logs show its southern


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, 2nd Series. location Portland, Maine isbn pages Vol. 7: 311, 314 although there were temporary reversions. The land today occupied by Multnomah County was inhabited for centuries by two bands of Chinook people Upper Chinook Indians

Farnham first Mary Frances; Compiler. title Farnham Papers (1603-1688). Volumes 7 and 8 of Documentary History of the State of Maine. year 1901-1902 publisher Collections of the Maine Historical Society, 2nd Series. location Portland (Portland, Maine), Maine isbn pages Vol. 7: 311, 314

Farnham Papers (1603-1688). Volumes 7 and 8 of Documentary History of the State of Maine. year 1901-1902 publisher Collections of the Maine Historical Society, 2nd Series. location Portland, Maine isbn pages Volume 7: Pages 311 and 314. nopp true


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in response to growing media bias against youth, i.e. the hyper-sensationalization of youth violence ala "superpredators", and continued to grow due to the "Columbine" shootings. The first online, teen-written newspaper, The Tattoo, began in 1994 with a promise of giving voice to teens. This movement features hundreds of individuals and organizations working across the United States to promote the roles of young people in society and in the media

Portland, Maine

'''Portland''' is the largest city in the state (U.S. state) of Maine and the county seat of Cumberland County (Cumberland County, Maine). In 2013, the city proper had a population of 66,318, growing 3 percent since the census of 2000, while the urban area had a population of 203,914. The Greater Portland metropolitan area (Portland, Maine metropolitan area) is home to over half a million people, more than one-third of Maine's total population.

Tourists visit Portland's historic Old Port district along Portland Harbor, at the mouth of the Fore River (Fore River (Maine)) and part of Casco Bay, and the Arts District (Arts District, Portland, Maine), which runs along Congress Street (Congress Street (Portland, Maine)) in the center of the city. Portland Head Light is located in nearby Cape Elizabeth (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) and marks the entrance to Portland Harbor.

The city seal depicts a phoenix (Phoenix (mythology)) rising from ashes, which aligns with the city's motto, ''Resurgam'', Latin for "I will rise again." The motto refers to Portland's recoveries from four devastating fires.

Portland Public Schools (Portland Public Schools (Maine)) is the largest school system in Maine, serving more than 7,000 students. http: www2.portlandschools.org sites default files Fast%20Facts%20Spring%202013.pdf With about 230 restaurants, Portland is believed to have the most restaurants per capita of any city in the United States.

thumb 250px Aerial view of Portland (File:Porltland, Maine, USA, aerial view.jpg) 250px right thumb Deering Oaks Park with fountain and castle pavilion is located at the point where Interstate 295 (Maine) Interstate 295 (File:Deering Oaks Park and fountain, Portland, ME IMG 1838.JPG) meets State Street, Park Avenue, and Deering Avenue.

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