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NextWave Radio Hour 11/24/22: Navigating Your Path

Producer/Host: Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him)
Theme music by Zeke Sacaridiz. “Schmelzer’s Chaconne” is by J. H. Schmelzer, andperformed by Phoebe Durand-McDonnell, baroque triple harp, and Alonzo Esteban Cárdenas Muñoz, theorbo. (link to the YouTube video here) All other music is royalty free.This project was made possible by the generous support of the Maine Community Foundation.

NextWave Radio Hour is a new program featuring folks in their 20s and 30s, often referred to as Millennials, from all across Maine. In this program, host Pepin Mittelhauser will be discussing issues, news, and current events both locally and nationally, and featuring young creators who trailblaze their own paths in our modern political, economic, and social climate. We hope to provide unique perspectives of life from the next generation working to create the future they hope to lead.

This month:
-Things not being a simple or straightforward route in your life
-Creating or finding the place you belong in the world
-Facing change in your life

Guests:
Teagan White, oyster farmer and scallop diver in Bar Harbor.
Phoebe Durand-McDonnell, harpist and musicologist from Bar Harbor.

About the host:
Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him) is the Digital Media Associate to WERU Community Radio, and an avid gardener and farmer, musician and singer, and lover of nature and the outdoors. He graduated from College of the Atlantic in ’19 with focuses in sustainable agriculture, food systems, and live and recorded audio engineering and production.

NextWave Radio Hour 9/22/22: Making a Home in Maine

Producer/Host: Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him)

Promo music by Zeke Sacaridiz. “Food and Medicine” by Sara Trunzo, featuring Darrell Scott, used by permission of the artist. All other music is royalty free.

NextWave Radio Hour is a new program featuring folks in their 20s and 30s, often referred to as Millennials, from all across Maine. In this program, host Pepin Mittelhauser will be discussing issues, news, and current events both locally and nationally, and featuring young creators who trailblaze their own paths in our modern political, economic, and social climate. We hope to provide unique perspectives of life from the next generation working to create the future they hope to lead. This project was made possible by the generous support of the Maine Community Foundation.

This month:
-Making a home in Maine
-Normalizing the long routes that ones life can take
-Trailblazing your own path

Guests:
Jon Stein, owner of Fogtown Brewing Company in Ellsworth
Colt Neidhardt, theater artist and the Executive Director of Schoodic Arts for All
Sara Trunzo, songwriter and community organizer. You can find her music in most places, like Spotify and Apple Music, and you can find more information on her instagram, @saratrunzomusic.

About the host:
Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him) is the Digital Media Associate to WERU Community Radio, and an avid gardener and farmer, musician and singer, and lover of nature and the outdoors. He graduated from College of the Atlantic in ’19 with focuses in sustainable agriculture, food systems, and live and recorded audio engineering and production.

NextWave Radio Hour 8/25/22: Finding Your Place

Producer/Host: Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him)
Promo music by Zeke Sacaridiz.
Song to the Moon, by Antonín Dvo?ák, performed by Celeste Mittelhauser and accompanied by Scott Wheatley, used by permission from the artist.
All other music is royalty free.

NextWave Radio Hour is a new program featuring folks in their 20s and 30s, often referred to as Millennials, from all across Maine.

In this program, host Pepin Mittelhauser will be discussing issues, news, and current events both locally and nationally, and featuring young creators who trailblaze their own paths in our modern political, economic, and social climate. We hope to provide unique perspectives of life from the next generation working to create the future they hope to lead. This project was made possible by the generous support of the Maine Community Foundation.

This month:
-Making a home in Maine
-Normalizing the long routes that ones life can take
-Trailblazing your own path

Guests:
Caitlin Thurell and Jason Chandler, farmers, natural builders, and outdoor educators in Franklin, Maine.
Dr. Palak Taneja, faculty in Literature and Writing at College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine.
Celeste Mittelhauser, part time opera singer and Outreach Coordinator at the Maine Natural History Observatory, in Gouldsboro, Maine.

About the host:
Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him) is the Digital Media Associate to WERU Community Radio, and an avid gardener and farmer, musician and singer, and lover of nature and the outdoors. He graduated from College of the Atlantic in ’19 with focuses in sustainable agriculture, food systems, and live and recorded audio engineering and production.

NextWave Radio Hour DEBUT! 7/28/22: The Journey to Maine

Producer/Host: Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him)
Promo music by Zeke Sacaridiz

All other music is royalty free

NextWave Radio Hour is a new program featuring folks in their 20s and 30s, often referred to as Millennials, from all across Maine. In this program, host Pepin Mittelhauser will be discussing issues, news, and current events both locally and nationally, and featuring young creators who trailblaze their own paths in our modern political, economic, and social climate. We hope to provide unique perspectives of life from the next generation working to create the future they hope to lead. This project was made possible by the generous support of the Maine Community Foundation. The debut episode features several folks telling their stories of finding their places in Maine.

This month:
-What it’s like finding your way to Maine, or staying in Maine
-Normalizing college degree expectations for young people
-Creating a life and making a living in Maine

Guests:
Johannah Blackman, Executive Director of A Climate to Thrive on Mount Desert Island
Rachel Albury, community board member of Rockland-based radio station WRFR
Amanda Langley, Director of the MaineShare Program at Maine Initiatives
Zeke Sacaridiz, local musician, on Instagram @zeke_sacaridiz
Brett Phinney, Assistant Cafe Manager at The Blue Hill Co-op

About the host:
Pepin Mittelhauser (he/him) is the Digital Media Associate to WERU Community Radio, and an avid gardener and farmer, musician and singer, and lover of nature and the outdoors. He graduated from College of the Atlantic in ’19 with focuses in sustainable agriculture, food systems, and live and recorded audio engineering and production.