In Focus: Baseball, elvers and Locks of Love

Posted April 29, 2013, at 11:06 a.m.
Hartford's Trey Stover (right) can't make the catch as UMaine's Michael Fransoso slides back to second base during the game in Orono on Sunday.
Hartford's Trey Stover (right) can't make the catch as UMaine's Michael Fransoso slides back to second base during the game in Orono on Sunday. Buy Photo
Muslim girls play a game with cups as Muslim and non-Muslim woman share a meal at the Islamic Center of Maine in Orono on Saturday after prayer. The Center hosts the put luck to encourage non-Muslims to learn more about the Islamic faith.
Muslim girls play a game with cups as Muslim and non-Muslim woman share a meal at the Islamic Center of Maine in Orono on Saturday after prayer. The Center hosts the put luck to encourage non-Muslims to learn more about the Islamic faith. Buy Photo
An elver fishermen tends to his fyke net on the shore of the Union River in Ellsworth on Sunday, April 28, 2013. Halfway through Maine's 2013 elver season prices have declined slightly, to around $1,600 per pound, as new laws have gone into effect to prevent poaching.
An elver fishermen tends to his fyke net on the shore of the Union River in Ellsworth on Sunday, April 28, 2013. Halfway through Maine's 2013 elver season prices have declined slightly, to around $1,600 per pound, as new laws have gone into effect to prevent poaching. Buy Photo
Duo A&A shows their extrordinary strength and endurance during their amazing act in the opening show of the 2013 Anah Shrine Circus at the Bangor Auditorium on Friday.  This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Anah Shrine Circus.
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Duo A&A shows their extrordinary strength and endurance during their amazing act in the opening show of the 2013 Anah Shrine Circus at the Bangor Auditorium on Friday. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Anah Shrine Circus. Buy Photo
Josh Demers, 12, shows off his hair after stylist Amy Fabus cut it off for Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs for cancer patients. Demers was originally growing his hair in hopes of giving it to a family friend, Angela Black, but she died of cancer just before her 40th birthday in 2012.
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Josh Demers, 12, shows off his hair after stylist Amy Fabus cut it off for Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs for cancer patients. Demers was originally growing his hair in hopes of giving it to a family friend, Angela Black, but she died of cancer just before her 40th birthday in 2012. Buy Photo

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