What is the former Chair of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce doing in Bangor, Maine? Answer: helping to turn around one of Bangor's most important institutions. Diane Dickerson shares her story.
Find the Maine Show on Twitter @maineshow. A new episode comes out every Tuesday. Follow host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/benspraguebangor.
In this Special Edition of the Maine Show Podcast, Nate Silver talks about his work analyzing politics, sports, and science and how he applies the scientific method and STEM skills to his journalistic pursuits. Host Ben Sprague moderates this discussion with Nate as the keynote address of the 2016 Maine Science Festival.
To follow Nate Silver's work, visit www.fivethirtyeight.com or follow him on Twitter @NateSilver538. Nate's recent book, The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail, but Some Don't, is available for purchase now.
Follow host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague and listen to past episodes of the Maine Show at www.maineshowpodcast.com.
Maine author Alexandra Hinrichs shares her story about writing Therese Makes a Tapestry, a children's book commissioned by the J. Paul Getty Museum. Alexandra also talks about her background studying the History of Childhood, working for American Girl, and living in France.
Therese Makes a Tapestry is available for purchase at the Briar Patch in Downtown Bangor or through Alex's website at www.alexandrahinrichs.com. Follow Alex on Twitter at @puddlereader or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/alexandrahinrichs.
Follow host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/benspraguebangor.
Dr. Noah Nesin, Chief Medical Officer at Penobscot Community Healthcare, talks about his previous work as a physician in rural Maine, how he ended up at PCHC, and what the challenges in today's healthcare landscape include. From treating addiction to thinking about how hospitals and physicians should be compensated, Dr. Nesin walks us through a variety of important and timely healthcare topics in this podcast episode.
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Page tells us about Hurricane Island, which is an actual island off the coast of Maine where students learn about sustainability and the natural world. We also get into a discussion about women in science, teaching in general, and unplugging from technological devices.
To learn more about Hurricane Island, visit www.hurricaneisland.net or find them on Twitter @hurricaneIsfndn.
MSPodcasters, Episode 024 guest David Patrick and his family experienced a fire in their apartment this past weekend. Fortunately everyone made it out but David and his fiance, Caro, were taken to the hospital with burns (their infant son was okay). An online fundraiser has been set up to support them during this difficult time. Please consider making a donation: https://www.gofundme.com/kertzay4.