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The Maine Show

The Maine Show Podcast was launched in August 2015. The goal of the show is to share the stories behind the people, events, and ideas driving the state of Maine forward. For hundreds of years Mainers have come together around campfires, fishing holes, wood stoves, and kitchen tables to tell stories. At its purest form, that is what The Maine Show is all about. New episodes are launched each Tuesday morning at 7:00 am EST.
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Now displaying: December, 2016
Dec 27, 2016
Episode 063 - Dr. James Haddix

Rev. Dr. James Haddix of All Souls Congregational Church in Bangor reflects on his nearly 50 years in the ministry, how he and his family came to Maine, and how we can build relationships and a sense of understanding among the different faiths of the world.  Just prior to his retirement, Dr. Haddix delivered his final sermon at All Souls on December 25, 2016.  

Photo credit: Susan Hall

Dec 20, 2016
REBROADCAST: Holiday Stories

A rebroadcast of "Holiday Stories," a series of vignettes from Mainers sharing their favorite, meaningful, or nostalgic holiday memories.  This episode was and remains one of the most popular episodes ever of the Maine Show Podcast.  

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from the staff of the Maine Show Podcast! 

Dec 13, 2016
Episode 062 - Kristen Wells

Kristen Wells, Director of the Aroostook Aspirations Initiative, joins the show to talk about supporting students in the County as well as why she and her husband and four daughters decided to move back to Aroostook County after she grew up there as a child.  

Find the Aroostook Aspirations Initiative on Facebook at www.facebook.com/aroostookaspirations.  

 

Dec 6, 2016
Episode 061 - Tony Sohns of Rock & Art Shop

Tony Sohns (aka "The Bug Guy") drops by the studio to talk about his work as a Natural History Educator and to share the story of how Rock & Art Shop, with locations in Ellsworth, Bar Harbor, and Bangor, came to be.  

This episode is brought to you by Tiller & Rye and the Maine Science Festival.  

Please visit www.maineshowpodcast.com for all past episodes of the show.  

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