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Wendy Almeida

Wendy Almeida wrote about enjoying the outdoors with kids in her monthly Kid Tracks Outdoors column for the Maine Sunday Telegram for more than 10 years. Her kids have grown up exploring the trails of Maine on foot, skis and bikes as well as through the Geocaching and EarthCache games. The family has found treasures of all sorts while out on the trail and the journey continues to be as much fun now that the kids are teenagers as it was when they were preschoolers. Follower on Twitter @wea1021 and Instagram

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Posted: March 22, 2016

MAMM SLAM 2016: Work in Progress

Written by: Wendy Almeida

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Work in Progress

Scarborough High School and Cape Elizabeth High School
Zachary Brodeur (keyboard), Justin Lindsay (guitar), Justin Caiazzo (bass), Josh Caiazzo (drums, vocals), Nathaniel Clay (alto and tenor sax)

Work in Progress is a pop/reggae quintet born out of Scarborough. Originally beginning as a trio, their basic guitar, bass and drum rhythms are now also accompanied by Zachary Brodeur on keyboards and Nathaniel Clay on alto and tenor saxophone. Justin Lindsay heads the band on lead guitar. On bass is Justin Caiazzo, alongside his brother, Josh Caiazzo on drums and lead vocals. Work in Progress’s style employs a variety of upbeat rhythms, warming melodies and lengthy solo sections that are meant to instill a positive tone to their music. While playing mainly reggae music, Work in Progress also draws influence from progressive and classic rock and groups such as Bob Marley and Phish. They perform mainly in the Portland area and have participated in shows such as the “Stash Pag” at the State Theatre, the MAMM Slam at The Asylum in Portland and the “Playing for a Change” show at The Portland House of Music.

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