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33 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Barns of Maine - The Real Roadside Attraction!
Author Lauretta S. Blackstone speaks with Host Brian Bickford about her book "Barns of Aroostook County". Learn about these beautiful and historical landmarks that dot Maine's landscape. They hold a special value to our early settlers and today are critical for our next generation farmers.
46 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
A journey in athletic administration with Blake James.
Host Rob Carmichael discusses the exciting journey from career aspiration to reality, with former University of Maine and current University of Miami Hurricane Director of Athletics, Blake James.
19 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Governor LePage vs Governor Mills in Maine's next election for governor.
Governor Paul LePage is running for governor again and he will go up against Maine's incumbent Governor Janet Mills. This episode reviews some of the numbers under the previous two terms Paul LePage was Maine's governor and suggests its time for bold ideas to turn Maine around.
21 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Where Did Maine's Workers Go?
Host John Brier discusses the employment shortage Maine business owners are facing. Paying able bodied people to stay home...is that a good idea? Also some thoughts on Maine's Governor offering $1,500 a person for people to go back to work.
42 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Father's Day Treat - What Our Father Means to Us!
Host Brian Bickford delivers a special Father's Day introduction as the Blanchard Family episode is replayed. This family of siblings climbs Mount Katahdin every winter to honor the memory of their father.
37 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Understanding Maine's Post Pandemic Travel Industry - Summer 2021
Guests Alison Sucy, Director of Government Affairs & Communication and Dr. David Meyer, Psychologist discuss Maine's tourism expectations, pandemic fatigue and how visitors and business owners can best be prepared for summer 2021.
34 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Maine Excursions with Craft Beverage Tours, Kayaking & Oyster Tastings
Our guest include Don Littlefield, GM of Maine Brew Cruise, their partner Shipyard Brewing Company's Ian McEvoy & Alice Bean Andrenyak of Alice's Awesome Adventures and her current tour guest Charlotte Brown. Learn about how you can be local or away to enjoy various craft beverages, Casco Bay kayaking trips with oyster tastings.
45 minutes | May 31, 2021
Speak with confidence, comfort and conviction to influence, persuade and inspire audiences.
Rob Carmichael discusses public speaking and communication with Lee Szelog, a Keynote speaker, trainer, photographer, and award winning author.
22 minutes | May 25, 2021
State of Maine Non-Profit Report From Host Jared McCannell
Jared McCannell gives an overview of the current state of affairs in the Maine non-profit sector, as well as providing an overview of his role as Executive Director of the non-profit Penobscot Bay Language School.
30 minutes | May 17, 2021
"FROM AWAY" - Massachusetts Tourist Meet a Real Mainer!
Meet 3 Tourist from Massachusetts and Maine Humorist Gary Crocker, our Real Mainer representative. Learn what tourist think about Maine, their experiences and what Humorist Gary Crocker thinks about all things Maine. This is a lively and fun conversation, not to be missed.
46 minutes | May 13, 2021
From Harvard University To Living Off Grid In The Maine Woods; Dr. Wendy Weiger with host John Brier
Dr. Wendy Weiger follows her calling, leaving the academe life as a researcher at Harvard University to find happiness in an off-the-grid cabin deep in the woods of Maine. Ultimately, her path through the wild has led from anguished isolation into joyful connection with the Earth, and into a new and healing fellowship with its Source.
39 minutes | May 7, 2021
Your Guide To Maine's Hiking Trails With Cary Kish
Carey Kish holds the distinction of being a Maine Hiking Expert, Guide of key locations and trails. In this episode he discusses in detail the Best 12 Hiking Locations in Maine by region.
36 minutes | May 6, 2021
Registered Maine Guide Tom Roth talks about his new book, “A Sporting Year in Maine.”
Host Catherine Gordon talks with Tom Roth about his new book "A Sporting Year in Maine". Tom is a long time columnist with the “Maine Sportsman” and is a Registered Maine Guide on Sebago Lake where he resides.
50 minutes | May 5, 2021
Maine's proposed Pine Tree Amendment with Maya Van Rossum and host John Brier.
The Pine Tree Amendment . Ensuring that all Mainers have a constitutional right to a clean and healthy environment and to the preservation of the natural, cultural and healthful qualities of the environment. Host John Brier speaks with Maya Van Rossum, author of The Green Amendment.
34 minutes | May 3, 2021
STEPHEN KING TOURS & SUPER FANS
Experience The Stephen King side of Maine. Our panel includes the Director of SK Tours who specialized in showing guests Stephen King book locations, Super Fan Michael Hayden of Villanova University and 12 year old New Generation Fan Isaiah Felton. Learn SK facts you may have never heard and visit some of those locations.
42 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Americans are not savings enough for retirement; Why we need better financial planning and education.
Host Rob Carmichael and Daren Seekins discuss the lack of preparedness for retirement in U.S. and the need for good financial planning.
37 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
The Maine Trail System - What Is The Attraction?
Maine hiking author Jeffery Ryan and Triple Crown Hiker Elysha Dyer give away their favorite trails, hiking secrets and ways to prepare for day hikes and long Appalachian Trail trips.
40 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
The need for greater access to early childhood education and care and its impact on the economy, crime, and national security.
Rob Carmichael discusses the lack of sufficient, high quality early childhood care and education in Maine with Ben Goodman, National Director of Mission: Readiness, and Major General (Retired) Bill Libby.
15 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
A Mother's Day Murder in Maine leads to the Virginia Jackson Memorial Scholarship
On Mother's Day in 1997 a retired school teacher and grandmother of five went missing after working a shift at her part-time job at a local supermarket. Six days later her body was found badly beaten in the woods. Two people where soon arrested and charged with murder after having abducted her at random from the grocery store parking lot in order to steal her car. Soon there after the Virginia Jackson Memorial Scholarship at Scarborough High School, where Virginia has a teacher, was formed. The scholarship continues to this day and is awarded to a graduating senior.
45 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Lawrence Hollins, Associate Publisher of Down East magazine and Maine Homes magazine with host John Brier.
Lawrence Hollins, Associate Publisher of Down East magazine and Maine Homes magazine talks about the history of Down East magazine, the evolvement of Maine Homes magazine, and the future of on of Maine's most iconic media properties.
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