Jamie Clark, owner of The Willie Wags, shares her story of growing up in Maine, starting her own business, launching a podcast, and more including the many ways she supports female entrepreneurs. To learn more about The Willie Wags find them on Facebook and Instagram!
Bangor's newest City Councilor, Gretchen Schaefer, talks about why she was interested in running for local office, how she campaigned and won, and how her time as an elected official has been going so far. She also discusses her day job at Husson University and her own podcast, "Balancing Chaos."
WABI TV 5 Reporter and Anchor Brian Sullivan talks about growing up in Bucksport, getting into journalism, the joys and challenges of the job, and the state of local media in this free flowing and wide ranging podcast conversation. Follow Brian on Twitter at @bsullivanTV.
Husson University Women's Basketball Coach Kissy Walker recounts her life in basketball. From being a star point guard at Cony High School to the University of Maine to a coaching career that has generated countless memories and now over 500 wins, Kissy Walker has done it all. In this podcast she tells some of those stories plus talks about her coaching philosophy.
Ben sits down with Kristen McAlpine, Nazrin Dixon, and Matt Grant to make picks on some of the top Super Bowl prop bets for the upcoming game between the Patriots and Rams. Who will win the game? How long will the National Anthem be? What color will Adam Levine's shirt be at halftime? What color liquid will be poured on the Super Bowl winning coach? All that and more in this special impromptu edition of the Maine Show Podcast.
Ben Treat, recently named Director of the Bangor Public Library, shares his story. From growing up in Brewer to moving to Boston and New Hampshire and then returning home, Ben talks about his love of learning, libraries, family, and the state of Maine. He also discusses how libraries are changing and what some of his goals and priorities are for one of Bangor's most beloved institutions: the Bangor Public Library.