In this episode, Chris Rudolph and Ethan Tremblay tell the story of Bangor Greendrinks, an organization that has given over $7,500 to Bangor-area non-profits for environmentally friendly and sustainable improvement projects. How do they raise the money? By bringing people together around Maine craft beer.
Follow Chris Rudolph Twitter at @notchrisrudolph and Ethan Tremblay @ethanjtremblay.
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If you love Maine and the Maine outdoors, you will enjoy listening to George Smith. George has spent a lifetime advocating for our state. In this episode he talks about his career and what he is doing in "retirement" after 18 years as Executive Director of the Sportsman's Alliance of Maine.
George also gives his perspective on a range of topics including the Lands for Maine's Future program and plans for a national park in the Katahdin Region. He pulls no punches in giving his perspective on what Maine needs to do to grow its recreational opportunities and rural economy.
To follow George online visit www.georgesmithmaine.com. You can also find George as a regular contributor to the Bangor Daily News, Waterville Sentinel, and Kennebec Journal.
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The vault inside the Alamo Theater in Bucksport is home to over 10 million feet of historic film, most of which was recorded in northern New England. In this episode, we sit down with Brook Ewing Minner, Executive Director of Northeast Historic Film, which, among other things, owns and operates the 99-year-old Alamo Theater on Main Street in Bucksport, Maine.
This is a story of a theater, but it is also the story of a community with a rich past that is looking to the future.
To learn more about Northeast Historic Film and the Alamo Theater, visit www.oldfilm.org.
You can find the Alamo Theater on Facebook at www.facebook.com/alamotheatre.
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Anthony Ronzio, the Bangor Daily News Director of News and Audience, gives an unprecedented look behind the curtain as to how the BDN is navigating an increasingly paperless world amidst changing demand for news content. Hear Tony's story about how he got interested in journalism and how a boy from Rhode Island ended up in Maine at one of the state's premier news organizations.
Follow Tony on Twitter @Ronzio.