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Maine's Political Pulse

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Maine's Political Pulse

Irwin Gratz, Steve Mistler, Kevin Miller

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Maine's Political Pulse taps into the expertise of our top political reporter, Steve Mistler.Click here to subscribe to Maine's Political Pulse Newsletter, sent to your inbox on Friday mornings. Maine's Political Pulse is made possible through the generous support of Lee Auto Malls, The Resurgam Group, and Maine Public's viewers and listeners.
 
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Maine Environment: Frontline Voices

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Maine Environment: Frontline Voices

Natural Resources Council of Maine

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The Natural Resources Council of Maine is a nonprofit membership organization protecting, restoring, and conserving Maine's environment, now and for future generations. We work to improve the quality of Maine's rivers; to reduce toxic chemicals threatening the health of Maine families and wildlife; to decrease air and global warming pollution, and to conserve Maine lands. NRCM harnesses the power of the law, science, and the voices of more than 25,000 supporters statewide and beyond. Togethe ...
 
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Malevolent Maine

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Malevolent Maine

MM Investigators

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The odd. The strange. The unexplained. We investigate the paranormal, the eerie, and the abnormal in the great state of Maine. Lots of people have a story they can’t tell because it is too wild, too illogical, or just too unbelievable. We believe you.
 
One of the many public affairs lecture series Maine Public Radio presents weekdays at 2:00 pm, In partnership with many civic minding organizations and educational institutions from all around the state, Speaking in Maine features diverse speakers addressing many of the important issues of our day. The Executive Producer for Speaking in Maine is Susan Tran.
 
Each week on Radio Maine, host Dr. Lisa Belisle brings you an interview with an artist, art-lover or creative individual that will broaden your view of Maine and the community that we cherish. Listen to, or watch, Radio Maine on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, Google Podcasts, Podbean, You Tube, Vimeo and the Portland Art Gallery website. Thank you for joining us, and being part of our world.
 
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Maine Calling

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Maine Calling

Jennifer Rooks, Keith Shortall

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Every weekday, our Maine Calling program digs into topics and issues with listeners across the state in a statewide conversation.While the coronavirus crisis is at its height, host Jennifer Rooks will lead conversations about how the spread of COVID-19 is affecting people throughout our region. Upcoming topics will include: answers to medical questions; how businesses are impacted by the crisis; childcare issues; how to deal with anxiety and uncertainty; what Maine towns are doing to cope; h ...
 
Potholes & Politics: Local Maine Issues from A to Z is a podcast about municipalities in Maine and the people and policies that bring local government to your doorstep. Through stories, experiences, current events, and interviews with municipal officials this podcast will spotlight the everyday challenges and successes of local governments in our home state. Potholes & Politics is brought to you by Maine Municipal Association. Comments and suggested topics can be sent to mmapodcast@memun.org
 
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Grounded in Maine

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Grounded in Maine

Amy Fagan

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An open conversation about being mindful of how we show up for the world. We discuss the role we play in sustainability including gardening and preserving, recycling and composting and even household DIY. It's a podcast about our commitment to ecological responsibility, and learning different ways to be part of the solution.
 
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Maine Road Ramble

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Maine Road Ramble

Maine Road Ramble

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Maine Road Ramble is a Manchester City focused podcast originally created by Kevin Nelson and Ger Deegan, who met while writing for SB Nation a few years back. In it's present state, the Maine Road Ramble team is made up of Ger, Andrew Dettmer, Jon Ashley and Joe Ricci. The podcast structure is quite loose and conversational with the banter ranging across all aspects of the game, including tactics, analytics, match recaps, and much more. Thanks to the size of our team, we also provide a coup ...
 
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Paranormal Maine

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Paranormal Maine

Aster Makes Podcasts

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Join Aster as she recounts spooky tales submitted to the Paranormal Maine tracker. You'll get stories about ghosts, UFO encounters, cryptid sightings, and maybe even a secret society or two. Music by Tim Beek: https://timbeek.itch.io/ Cover photo by Harry Gillen: https://unsplash.com/@gillenha
 
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Mainejack

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Mainejack

Jack Rohner

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My thoughts and silly commentary towards ideas, stories, and culturally relevant events or themes going on currently in my life🕺🎬⚡️. A freelance film maker/production crew worker living in Maine, working all over the place!
 
We’re lucky here at Allagash Brewing to be surrounded by interesting people who love what they do. So we wanted to share a little slice of our brewery life with everyone else, by getting together to talk about things we’re passionate about, things we’re excited about, and to generally provide a view into what it’s like to work at an independent brewery up here in Portland, Maine. Thanks for listening!
 
La Gazette du Maine, c’est le podcast francophone qui résume TOUTE l’actualité de Stephen King. Romans, nouvelles, interviews, adaptations, produits dérivés... Stephen King n'aura plus de secret pour vous. Un lundi sur deux, Emilie de Stephen King France vous donne toutes les informations en moins de 10 minutes. Retrouvez le détail de l'actualité de Stephen King sur stephenkingfrance.fr (https://stephenkingfrance.fr) Suivez l'actualité de Stephen King sur les réseaux sociaux : Twitter (https ...
 
A weekly feature on electronic technology as it affects everyday life with Jim Campbell. Broadcast on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, ME every Thursday at 7:30 AM.
 
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Maine Reckoning

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Maine Reckoning

The Maine Monitor/The Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting

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Over a year has passed since the murder of George Floyd. Has life changed for Black citizens in Maine since George Floyd’s murder? If so, in what ways? In The Maine Monitor’s debut podcast, Maine Reckoning, join Tori Lyn in conversation with Black Mainers about how their lives have been shaped and affected.
 
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In today's episode, we will discuss: How much life insurance someone should have When should someone buy life insurance What's the difference between term and permanent life insurance How life insurance needs change throughout the different stages of lifeโดย Derek Tharp
 
Producer/Host: Anu Dudley The post Earthwise 8/13/22: The Color Blue first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.โดย Earthwise – WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
 
In this week’s Pulse: Maine GOP candidates jump to Trump's defense after FBI raids Mar-a-Lago, House readies IRA vote, insulin relief, and climate provisions impacting Maine.
 
Producer/Host: Jim Campbell Isn’t is great to be able to think anything we want and know that what we think is safe within our own minds? Do you even wonder how long that will continue to be true? If not, you should. Here’s why. Here is a link to the report referenced in today’s program About the host: Jim Campbell has a longstanding interest in th…
 
Lindsay Ware is a wildlife ecologist who has merged her love of wildlife ecology with her passion for dogs. Lindsay is part of a small but growing group of scientists who are partnering with dogs to assist with endangered species identification and conservation. Our conversation was recorded in June 2022. For more about Lindsay's work: https://www.…
 
Producer/Host: Ron Beard Theme music for Talk of the Towns is a medley from Coronach, on a Balnain House Talk of the Towns: Local Community concerns and opportunities This month: We talk with town representatives from Camden, Orono and Lamoine about how they assess the value of property and how towns arrive at the bill that property owners pay each…
 
A massively tall, thin creature roams the woods in the Mahoosuc Mountain Range. This strange cryptid has been seen for over sixty years. Who or what is the mysterious creature the locals call Stridda Longbody? We talk to people from the area, look over researcher Paul Tarbox's notes, and discuss the possibly history and implications of this creatur…
 
Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger About the host: Larry Dansinger (no pronouns) of Bangor came to Maine in 1974 and has been here ever since. Some of Larry’s activities since then: Done community organizing on numerous issues through INVERT and then Resources for Organizing and Social Change (ROSC), committed civil disobedience several times, grown a …
 
Rebecca Lewis may look like a very unassuming Physical Therapist, but to me, she's a sustainability super star. She's trying sustainable actions, one by one, to see how she can be more mindful of her footprint on the earth, and responsible for what she uses and tends to. It started in 2021 soon after she moved into her house, and was diagnosed with…
 
The only active Shaker community in the world sits humbly 20 miles north of Portland, Maine, home to two practicing Shakers. There, an effort to restore the last Shaker herb house in the country will create opportunities for the outside community to connect with Shaker history and culture. Brother Arnold Haad and Shaker Museum and Library Director …
 
Producer/Host: R.W. Estela The post A Word in Edgewise 8/8/22: Of Mike Joyce, the Sturgeon Moon, & Dustin Hoffman . . . first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.โดย A Word In Edgewise – WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
 
Producer/Host: Sarah O’Malley This episode is a public service announcement reminding beach goers that sand dollars are living creatures just like snails and mussels, and should be left at the beach! Attributes of living sand dollars are described (presence of minute spines, colored dark red or purple) to help beach combers discern living animals f…
 
Greg Day has always had an interest in lines and intersections. Early in life, Greg would lay out and draw intricate city maps at his kitchen table. After graduating from a small high school in rural Maine, Greg went on to study architecture. While his work in this profession was brief, both this and his fascination with cartography would eventuall…
 
Episode 2 - MMA 101 – What is MMA and What do They Do? Episode 2 of Potholes & Politics offers listeners an overview of the Maine Municipal Association, our services, governance structures, and plans for enhanced support of municipalities as they face unprecedented challenges. This episode will be good to revisit for new listeners who may want to u…
 
Hope was renewed again in Washington D.C., when Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Joe Manchin announced a new deal to invest billions of dollars in clean energy and climate action. In this episode, we speak with experts at the Environmental Defense Fund and National Wildlife Federation to find out how the Inflation Reduction Act woul…
 
The Maine Lobstermen's Association's executive director Patrice McCarron joins Dock Talk to give an update on three lawsuits moving forward regarding the future of the commercial lobster fishery in Maine in response to a call to protect right whales. Right whales are a critically endangered species in the Atlantic and NOAA fisheries have started to…
 
Producers/Hosts: Jim Campbell and Amy Browne This series is made possible in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission Welcome to this edition of Maine: The Way Life Could Be, a series in which we look at challenges and opportunities facing Maine in the lifetimes of people alive today. Affordable housing is a big issue here in Maine, with curr…
 
If you've been around Southern Maine for a few years, you've probably seen the transformation happening in downtown Biddeford. We had a chance to talk with Delilah Poupore about how Heart of Biddeford has been helping in revitalizing the city, how her experiences in different parts of the country have prepared her for her current role, what's comin…
 
Recorded June 1, 2022 - During the 18th century, patterned silks were some of the costliest fabrics available. Hand-woven on complex drawlooms, patterned silks worn for dress could be highly decorative, featuring designs that changed not just yearly, but seasonally. With no large-scale weaving in the colonies, a select group of New Englanders imita…
 
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