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Would-Be Authors Marry At Maine Public Library

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Would-Be Authors Marry At Maine Public Library

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Would-Be Authors Marry At Maine Public Library

Would-Be Authors Marry At Maine Public Library

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Alicia Proulx married Jared Fiori in Maine over the weekend. According to the Sun Journal of Lewiston, Maine, she wants to be a novelist. He wants to become a comic book artist. They decided to get married in the Auburn Public Library, a century-old building that, from the outside, does look a little like a church.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with congratulations to a couple in Maine. Alicia Prouix married Jared Fiori. They both love books. And according to the Sun Journal of Lewiston, Maine, she wants to be a novelist. He wants to become a comic book artist. So they decided to get married in the Auburn Public Library, a century-old building that from the outside does look a little like a church. Apparently, they are the first people ever married in the stacks of that library. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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