In this episode, Katy Coffin talks about the One More Day project, which raises funds and awareness for suicide prevention. Using her own story as an example, Katy talks about the challenges many young people in particular face with cyber bullying. This is also a conversation about the way we treat each other, how we connect, and more.
To find more about the One More Day project including a video Katy made that went viral in 2015, visit www.facebook.com/onemoreday28.
In this episode, host Ben Sprague tells the story of how and why the Maine Show Podcast got started. Discussing everything from the equipment and technology he uses to audience statistics to some of the fun and challenging moments behind the scenes, this is a wide ranging episode that will interest longtime listeners and newcomers alike. If you are curious about what happens on a weekly basis to create a podcast episode or if you have ever thought about starting your own podcast, this special edition of the Maine Show is a must listen.
Joe Imbriaco, General Manager of the Cross Insurance Center, takes us behind the scenes to discuss how an act gets booked, what it is like backstage when a show is going on, and the financials of managing an arena.
Follow the Cross Center on Twitter @CICBangor and find them on Facebook.
In this episode, Alex Steed, managing partner at Knack Factory and blogger with the BDN, talks about growing up, life in Maine, and political and cultural forces at work throughout the state. Covering a significant amount of ground in an honest and transparent way, Alex shares his backstory of moving to Portland while he was still in high school, some of the lessons he has learned over time, and his cultural and literary influences.
Follow Alex Steed on Twitter @alexsteed and Knack Factory @knackfactory. Find Knack Factory in the web at www.knack-factory.com.
Photo courtesy of Knack Factory.