Today’s guests are Dr. Clayton Rose, the fifteenth president of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, and nationally known entrepreneur Alaina Marie Harris, creator of Alaina Marie, a collection of bait bag-inspired clutches.
Sean McCarthy and Max Davis are the bass and banjo players for the Ghost of Paul Revere, a non-traditional folk band that has won multiple awards, including Best in Maine at the 2014 New England Music Awards.
DJ Jon has been consistently voted Portland’s number one DJ for over two decades. Currently he can be heard at WHTP-Portland’s Hot 104.7. In 2016, he formed Event Mix DJ, a company that provides quality DJ services for events, weddings, and birthdays.
Summer chapels offer Maine residents and visitors of all denominations a unique setting in which to worship. Today we speak with the Reverend Kit Sherrill, who for many years served as the summer rector of the chapel of All Saints-by-the-Sea in Southport. We also speak with the caretaker of All Saints-by-the-Sea, Al Moses, whose great-grandfather began the tradition of worship at the site more than a century ago.
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- Entrepreneurship & Education #304
- Musical Healing #303
- High-Quality High Schools #302
- Farming Flowers & Cultivating Coffee #301
- From the Heart #300
What does it mean to be a father? There are as many answers to this question as there are men who have taken on this role. Today we speak with Chris Kast, brand strategist with Brand Co., and Christian Townsend of CT Marine, about the influences their fathers have had upon their professional lives, and upon their own fatherhood. Our interview…
Is it possible to take a good thing and make it even better? Today we speak with three entrepreneurs who are taking a unique approach to helping people have happier homes. Joe Walsh is the founder and CEO of Green Clean Maine, an innovative, environmentally friendly home cleaning company; Amy and Allie Smith offer an “earn-a-bed” program through their nonprofit, Healthy Homeworks.