Maine author and columnist Sarah Smiley reflects on her career, life as part of a military family, the joys of living in Maine, and why they have stayed here in the Pine Tree State.
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In this episode, Cathy Gordon, known to many as "the pink tree teacher," talks about what it was like to go viral, the lessons she and her students learned, and what she is doing now as one of the state's newest Registered Maine Guides with a special interest in the Gold Star Families.
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Former Bangor Daily News columnist Renee Ordway takes us behind the scenes of her 30 year journalism career and discusses the work she is doing now as part of the State of Maine's cold case squad.
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In this episode, long-time Bangor resident Robert Talbot shares his story from growing up on Carroll Street to joining the Army to intimately living the Civil Rights movement. This is a personal tale with someone who is a great example of integrity and wisdom and has a living history to share.