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Bowdoin Men, Bates Women splitt CBB showdown

LEWISTON (NEWS CENTER) - The Bowdoin survived regulation and a road test at rivals Bates, 74-70 in overtime.  Hampden Academy's Graham Safford had a game-high 21 points for the Bobcats in the losing effort. 

The Bates women were able to respond in the second contest holding off the Polar Bears 63-57.  Edward Little alum Kirsten Prue scored a career-high 19 in the loss for Bowdoin.

New releases with Bull Moose

NEW RELEASES WITH BULL MOOSE

Brett Wickard and Chris Brown of Bull Moose join us with a look at this week's new CD and DVD releases.

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The Fogcutters - Jingle These Bells CD

Kesha - Warrior CD

Hope Springs DVD or Blu-ray

The Dark Knight Rises - DVD or Blu-ray

Wiz Khalifa - O. N. I. F. C. CD

Maine Maritime Museum's exhibit "Ahead Full at Fifty"

AHEAD FULL AT FIFTY: 50 YEARS OF COLLECTING AT MAINE MARITIME MUSEUM

Maine Maritime Museum in Bath is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new exhibit featuring more than 150 artifacts and documents collected over the past half century. The exhibit will showcase objects that are historically important, rare in beauty or have an unusual story about how the Museum acquired them. "Ahead Full at Fifty: 50 Years of Collecting at Maine Maritime Museum" opens on November 10th and will be on view through May 26th.

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Frontier Cafe presents Hattie Simon and a screening of "In Good Time"

16-year-old jazz singer Hattie Simon will perform at Frontier Cafe & Cinema in Brunswick on Sunday, November 18th at 1:00 PM.  Following her performance there will be a screening of filmmaker Huey's "In Good Time, The Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland."  Huey will take part in a Q&A with the audience after the screening.

Tickets are $8 general admission or $5 for members of Maine Film and Video Association.

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KELT HUNTING INFORMATION

The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust (KELT) is dedicated to the protection of the land, water, and wildlife of the Kennebec Estuary region. With eight preserves open year-round dawn until dusk for the public's enjoyment, the land trust is committed to providing access to these public lands for low-impact and traditional recreation including hunting, where appropriate.

Hunting is allowed at six preserves: Thorne Head, Sewall Woods, and Whiskeag Creek Preserves in Bath, Higgins Mountain and Weber Kelly Preserves in Georgetown, and Bonyun Preserve on Westport Island. Hunting is not permitted on Green Point Preserve in West Bath and Merrymeeting Fields Preserve in Woolwich due to restrictions placed by the donor.

KELT would like to remind both hikers and hunters to be cautious during the 2012 hunting season. When hiking on KELT trails or elsewhere during hunting season, wear visible orange clothing and exercise caution. As always, KELT urges dogs to be on leash.

Bowdoin volleyball's season concludes in regional final

NEW LONDON, Conn. (NEWS CENTER) - The UMass-Boston volleyball team earned a 3-2 (25-14, 18-25, 25-22, 12-25, 15-13) victory against Bowdoin College in the third round of the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championship hosted by Connecticut College at Luce Field House Sunday.

Head Coach Terry Condon's Beacons (20-11) will travel to Hope College in Holland, Michigan to take on Christopher Newport University (38-2) in an NCAA Quarterfinal match-up played Thursday in DeVoes Field House. Bowdoin College, who set a program record for wins, closes out its historic season with a record of 28-5.

At the conclusion of Sunday's match Bowdoin senior Tory Edelman and junior setter Sophia Cornew were named to the All-Regional Team.