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  • March 07, 2006
    By webteam

    Yesterday, South Dakota banned all abortions except those to save the life of the mother when the pro-life governor of the state, Michael Rounds, signed legislation severely restricting reproductive choice.

    According to the New York Times, Rounds released a statement after signing the legislation saying:

    "In the history of the world, the true test of a civilization is how well people treat the most vulnerable and most helpless in their society.

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  • March 06, 2006
    By webteam

    "It’s a hate movie, not a Date Movie," chanted nearly 30 protestors outside the Regal Cinemas Clarks Pond 8 movie theater in South Portland this afternoon.

    The movie, which opponents say contains a scene in which a couple out on a date see a homeless person sleeping outside, yell "Bumfight!" and attack the person, is a spoof of romantic comedies, according to film publicity materials.

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  • March 03, 2006
    By webteam
    The Dresden Dolls show in Orono tonight has been canceled. According to a posting from the Dolls on MySpace.com, the band's two members are sick, and are flying to Japan Saturday. As a result, they are canceling the show "to preserve their health and avoid death."

    No word on a rescheduled performance.

  • March 02, 2006
    By webteam

    Portland's Green rep John Eder is soliciting activists for an anti-war demonstration on the city's Casco Bay Bridge. Called "Lights in the Darkness," the demonstration will coincide with the third anniversary of the start of the Iraq War.

    Bring a candle or lantern to the bridge on Sunday, March 12 at 6 pm. If you don't have a candle, there will be some available.

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  • March 01, 2006
    By webteam

    Peter Bass is still plodding through the last permitting stages with the Portland Planning Board, but that doesn't mean he can't get rolling on selling the eight condos for artists he's developing at the Sacred Heart School. Bass's development company Random Orbit won the nod from the city council in January to buy the circa 1920s school.

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