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Finding His Voice

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This week on Maritime Magazine a profile of Clyde Wray, a published poet, theatre director and the voice of a popular nighttime radio show in Saint John.

His story goes from an artistic household in New York, to Vietnam, to being homeless on the streets of America.

In the end it was art that saved him....and it's his incredible voice that leaves such an impression on the people in his adopted community.

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