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    Paychex Payment Processing Services does more than process credit cards. Eliminate paper checks, offer gift cards, and earn revenue through dynamic currency conversion.

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    NCR Silver gives your business a complete, state-of-the-art point of sale system accessible anytime from your iPad®.

     

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  • The Unconscious Mind of John Cleese

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    No person may be accurately defined by one thing. But as convenient shorthand for a lifetime of achievements, let’s say John Cleese is a member of the British comedy troupe, Monty Python. I’d write the legendary British comedy troupe, Monty Python, but nothing makes comedians seem less funny or relevant than referring to them as… Read the full article.

    Three Creative Ways to Build Lasting Partnerships

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    If ever you feel stagnant in your business, look to partnerships to provide that extra push. I firmly believe that the right partnerships can take a small business and turn it into one of the big dogs. That’s why it’s so important to create long-lasting, meaningful partnerships when you do team up with someone. Here… Read the full article.

  • Lucid Stage

    Lucid Stage is a nonprofit 100-seat performing arts center in Portland, ME. Lucid Stage was founded in 2010 by Liz McMahon and Adam Gutgsell to fill the need for an affordable venue in Portland where local artists could present their work and where the community could participate in the arts.