Danielle Dorrie talks about moving from Florida to Maine, what she finds special about the state, how the State of Maine could attract more young people, and her blogging and travel adventures via www.lovemaineadventures.com. Whether you are interested in the Maine outdoors or just want to hear the perspective of a young professional making it work here in Maine, you'll enjoy this upbeat conversation.
Follow #LoveMaineAdventures on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lovemaineadventures/ and look for them on Facebook and more.
University of Maine Men's Basketball Coach Bob Walsh talks about how the game of basketball has impacted his life, why he came to Maine, and what his plans are for building a successful program.
After nine quality years coaching at Rhode Island College, Coach Walsh came to Maine to take over a program that had just one winning season in its last ten. This wide ranging podcast conversation touches on recruitment strategies, how successful teams operate, how to create a winning culture, and more.
Follow Coach Walsh on Twitter at www.twitter.com/coachbobwalsh.
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Kate Dickerson, Founder and Director of the Maine Science Festival, talks about how the event came to fruition, the importance of the sciences to Maine, what it takes to put on such a large event, and more.
Maine children's book author Canaan York talks about growing up in Medway, moving away and coming back, his inspirations for writing, and working at his family's hot dog stand (Barney's Franks).
Find out more about Canaan and his books at www.facebook.com/canaan.york
Media historian and UMaine Communications & Journalism Professor Michael Socolow talks about the state of journalism, takes a deep dive with host Ben Sprague into the world of social media algorithms, and talks Maine politics including the rise of LePage and the troubles of the Maine Dems.
A standout basketball player at both Cony High School and the University of Maine, Amy Vachon is now an assistant coach and interim head coach for the Black Bear Women's basketball team. In this podcast, she talks about the legacy of high school basketball in Maine, Tournament Time, her college career, what she did after college, how the road brought her back to Maine, and what she believes has made her successful.
Follow Amy on Twitter at @coachamyvachon. Follow the University of Maine Women's Basketball team on Twitter at @blackbearsWBB.
Connect with Ben Sprague on Twitter @bensprague or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/benspraguebangor.
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A rebroadcast of one of our most popular episodes ever, this is a conversation with Bob Talbot about his life in Maine and being a black man in an overwhelmingly white state. Insightful, moving, and interesting, Mr. Talbot's story surprises and inspires.
Former Bangor City Councilor Charlie Longo reflects on his three years of service: the highs, the lows, what he learned, what he regrets, what he is proud of, and more. Charlie also discusses his own background and upbringing, including the five years he spent living on a boat and then growing up in rural Maine.
Bev Uhlenhake, a Brewer City Councilor and former mayor, talks about her background, interest in politics, and how she got elected. She also discusses her work on the marriage equality campaigns in Maine, as well as how as an Ohio native she ended up in Brewer.
Brian Sullivan of WABI TV 5, Aaron Jackson of The Drive on 92.9, and Johnny Mehler of WLBZ 2 & WCSH 6 preview Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. From winners and losers to the prop bets about the National Anthem and more, this panel covers it all in a live recording at Hero's in Downtown Bangor.
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Tim Szal, a designer by trade with three patents to his name including for products associated with the Babiators company, talks about growing up in Maine, going away, and coming back.
Learn more about Tim and his work at www.szaldesign.com.
Bangor City Councilor Sarah Nichols stops by the studio to talk about her background, running for office, the Emerge Maine program, and more!
Follow Sarah on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nicholsforbangor
Find the Maine Show at www.maineshowpodcast.com.
Peter Lodge, Track Coach for the Sub5 Track Club, shares some of his running tips. Whether you are an experienced runner shooting for a marathon or a newbie just getting started, this episode is for you. Peter also shares some stories of his own background as a runner including his 22 marathons and being in Boston for the Boston Marathon in 2013.
To find more about the Sub5 Track Club, visit www.sub5.com or find them on Facebook.
Thomas Kittredge, Economic Development Director for the City of Belfast, talks about the Belfast buzz and his own background growing up in Brewer, attending Yale, studying Egyptology and archeology, and what brought him back to Maine.