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  • Producer/Host: Rob McCall
    Studio Engineer: Denis Howard

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh


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  • Host: Denis Howard
    Engineer: Joel Mann

    An open-mic style call-in show

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Got a pile of old vinyl discs lying around that you’re slightly embarrassed about having – so very retro? Well, worry no more – vinyl is back! Alas, as a recent Pew Internet survey reveals, privacy apparently is not. The report is at:


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  • Producer/Host: Tim Hagney

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    “The Power and Potential of Nonviolent Struggle: Lessons from the Arab Spring, the Global Occupy Movement, and Beyond” was the topic of a lecture at UMaine last week. The presenter was Jamila Raqib. the Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution in Boston, a non-profit organinization dedicated to advancing the study of nonviolent action. Born in Afghanistan, Jamila Raqib was raised in Maine and currently works closely with the Institution’s founder: internationally renowned author and activist, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Dr. Gene Sharp.

    Following up on yesterday’s News Report, today we hear a few more excerpts and take your calls.

    FMI: www.aeinstein.org

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  • Host: Jim Fisher
    Engineer: John Greenman

    Issue: Substance Abuse

    Program Topic: Drug Free Schools and Communities

    Key Discussion Points:
    A) What are some of the current patterns of drug and alcohol misuse in our schools?
    B) What factors may be contributing to substance abuse?
    C) What are the consequences?
    D) What programs do we have and what programs do we need to reduce drug and alcohol misuse?


    A) Denise Black, Drug Free Communities Project Coordinator

    Healthy Acadia (207) 667-7171, denise@healthyacadia.org, www.healthyacadia.org

    B) Barbara Royal, Executive Director,

    Open Door Recovery Center 8 Old Mill Road / P.O. Box 958 Ellsworth, ME 04605

    Phone: 207-667-3210 Fax: 207-667-3133 opendoor@opendoorrecoverycenter.org

    C) Jessica Naylor jessica@odrc84.org – Adolescent Counselor in six schools

    Open Door Recovery Center 8 Old Mill Road / P.O. Box 958 Ellsworth, ME 04605

    Phone: 207-667-3210 Fax: 207-667-3133

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  • Producer/Host: Allen Hundley

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