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Richard Brown
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http://findyourpark.com/ National Parks are going to be free this Saturday as park of National Land Parks Day, if anyone is interested.
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Go behind the scenes of a new mode in FIFA 17 The Journey, powered by Frostbite™. Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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https://bikeindex.org/stolen Anyone had a bike stolen in the US, this is quite a handy site to register it and maybe get it back if it is found.
Bike Index helps recover your stolen bike
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http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-37344292 Oh noes...British Bake Off, off the Beeb next year...
The BBC loses the contract to broadcast The Great British Bake Off, the makers of the hit show have confirmed.
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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37196961 Storm in a teacup? Rather a fun story this...
A 78-year-old former England rugby player foils a robbery attempt by three men, chasing them out of his house in Malta armed only with a mug of tea.
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Tony Blair has announced he is winding down the opaque business structures that have surrounded his dealings in recent years. A statement on his website said the "substantial reserves" that Tony Blair Associates has accumulated will now be gifted to not-for-profit work. It reads: "Tony Blair has formally announced to staff his decision to close Tony Blair Associates and wind up the Firerush and Windrush structures.
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The new castAR Salt Lake City offices will focus on building mixed-reality experiences.
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https://www.meetup.com/B-U-G-Boston-Unity-Group/events/232900167/ Unity and Boston...What's not to like about this meet up :)
Hi BUG! For our September 15th meetup, Unity’s very own Mike Geig will be showing off the new multiplayer features and services recently added to Unity. Our host Akamai will once again be sponsoring pizza, beverages and the venue so please RSVP to ensure there's enough food for all! Mike Geig is an Evangelist for Unity Technologies where he develops and delivers recorded, live, and onsite learning content. He has experience as an indie game dev...
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https://www.gov.uk/government/people/harriet-cross New @UKinBoston Consul General...very cool. Good luck!
Harriet Cross arrived in Boston to become Britain's Consul General to New England in August 2016. She is here with her husband, Phil, and their rescue cat, living on historic Beacon Hill. Harriet's most recent posting was as Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Sana'a, though due to ...
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Just a Brit, living in the US
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I'm originally from Oxford, England. Moved to the US permanently in '04 and have been here ever since, though previously to living in Massachusetts, I was living in Maine.

Father to two little girls.

Environment artist, always looking out for new freelance or permanent opportunities. 
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Hudson, MA
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Oxford, England - Egham, England - Casco, Maine - Belfast, Maine - Natick, MA
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Artist - Games Industry
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  • Tilted Mill Entertainment
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  • Rebellion Developments
    Junior Artist
  • VPTV Productions
    Media/Web Artist
  • Tom, Dick and Debbie Productions
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This place is great. Hit or miss on the prices and can be quite busy but it's very cozy and comfortable and the kids love it. Lovely meals too enjoy it you're not in a rush. The balcony seating is lovely in the summer and the outdoor seating next to the fire pits are great during the fall.
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This place is really expensive but the quality of the gear is the kind of stuff that's meant to last a lifetime and really classic, lovely stuff. Staff are super helpful too.
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This is in Thomaston, by the Rockland town line. It's a typical Hampton, decent parking, decent breakfast but they don't peel the boiled eggs. There pool is decent but small, cool but not horridly so, with a lift for those who need it. Plenty towels and seating but no hot tub or shower and it's open till 10pm. The gym basic with weights, a tread mill, elliptical, bike and rowing machine and is open till midnight. Plenty of places in neighboring lots to get food and drink and a few minutes from down town Rockland. Rooms are basic but nice with a small fridge.
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We'd eaten at the other place across town, Lynn the owner runs and tried this for breakfast. Got lucky and seated pretty quick as it seems really busy. Food was fantastic and very fresh. Great prices and fun specials, especially the eggs!
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It's a fried food service stop chain but the wait is usually less than BK next to it and the spicy chicken and spicy fries and mac and cheese are great.
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Was recently here for a family brunch wedding reception and the food was lovely. Staff were friendly and helpful. Really nice setting with a view of the harbour.
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We visited as we were in the area for a family event and had free entry due to a reciprocal art membership, other wise this place might be a little expensive for what it is. That said, it did have a decent and varied collection of art, with a focus on Maine and there is a lovely garden with a small sculpture park and a further gallery across the street out the back in a old church. Enough to entertain younger kids, but realise it isn't geared towards little children too. The museum store is also very good. Plenty of on street parking around the place as well.
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