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Month: February 2022

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Sara Tessier

Lisa Tucker 15 February 2022

Sara Tessier is a children’s book author, illustrator and self publisher in the truest sense. Queenie the Honeybee and Willow. Two honeybee stories in one! It’s a fun book that teaches incredible facts about the world of bees. Sara knows even more about monarch butterflies and somewhere in her future […]

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LOVE LOCAL 11/26/21 ep1

theBorderline 14 February 2022

On this premiere edition… introducing the Love Local podcast, RAP (Recovery Activation Program) & Algoma Marketplace. Listen Local featured artists : Michael Yurich & OG Spaceman Small businesses are the backbone of our communities – they support local charities, community organizations, arts and culture, fundraisers, and sports teams. They support […]

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Radio Italia w/ Ada & Nino (21)

Nino & Ada 13 February 2022

Programmma 21 Quando il calendario gira al 14 del freddo febbraio, i cuori brillano e l’aria è diversa, più dolce. Così, Ada fa una telefonata a campanero Luca in Italia per qualche calda risata e, come sempre, la musica di Nino è una dichiarazione di amore e amicizia. When the […]

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Geography – This Week @ MISTER DISC

theBorderline 11 February 2022

Mister Disc Music Group on Facebook. WE ARE NOT YOUR TYPICAL MUSIC GROUP. Each Monday a theme for music posts is chosen and members find music that fit it. Please promote us and add in all your music loving friends. “Without geography, you’re nowhere.” GEOGRAPHY Benjamin Tod – The MountainIke […]

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Marshall Lawrence

Lisa Tucker 8 February 2022

The World At My Door invites its readers to experience the unique life and friendships found in an isolated mountain village in Papua New Guinea. Marshall and Helen Lawrence and their boys moved to Papua New Guinea in 1968, where they lived and worked among the Oksapmin people for twenty-five […]