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The music of Vince Guaraldi — more specifically, the music he created for “A Charlie Brown Christmas” — will be featured in Auburn UU’s December Concert for a Cause.
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Downtown Association will hold its Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on the Town Mall in Downtown Brunswick on Saturday from 2-5 p.m. Featured will be horse and carriage ride on Park Row and Maine Street, hot cocoa and coffee and Christmas cookies — all provided by the BDA.
BRUNSWICK — The time has come for students wishing to be a part of the Bowdoin International Music Festival.
BRUNSWICK — The Elks Club of Brunswick is offering the opportunity to see – and purchase – the work of local artists.
BATH — Art educator Jackie Johnson will present a print-making workshop for teens from 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, at the Patten Free Library.
The workshop is free, open to students in grade six through 12, and will take place in the library’s Community Room. Space is limited, however, and pre-registration is required.
A.J. Brown thought the ball was overthrown, but kept sprinting and stuck his arms out as far as they would go. The Mississippi receiver was astonished when the ball stuck right in his hands and he ran for a crucial touchdown.
After a year of bad news, things were finally going the Rebels’ way in the Egg Bowl.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.
Ohio State has been dominating Michigan in a rivalry with a long history of being lopsided.
The eighth-ranked Buckeyes (9-2, 7-1 Big Ten) have won five straight and 12 of 13 against the Wolverines (8-3, 5-3) going into their 114th meeting on Saturday with 110,000-plus watching at the Big House.
By his own admission, Charlie McAvoy does not have a bag of tricks that he can use in the shootout.
And the Boston Bruins may hope it stays that way.
Philip Rivers was more than comfortable on the Thanksgiving stage for the first time in his 14 NFL seasons.
Same with Keenan Allen, who didn’t have to wait nearly that long.
Case Keenum stood in the pocket to take a hit, dipped his right shoulder to slip out of a sack and shuffled his feet in the pocket to give his receivers more time to get open.
Looking like a savvy winner, instead of a journeyman, he picked apart Detroit’s defense with his arm and made plays with his legs to help the Minnesota Vikings beat the Lions 30-23 Thursday.
Dion Waiters watched his 3-point try bounce off the rim, ricochet off the top of the backboard, then hit the rim again and somehow drop through the net.
It was a huge shot in the final moments, and a lucky one.
That’s what it took to end Boston’s 16-game winning streak.