Today’s guests are Robin Alden, the former executive director of the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries (MCCF) in Stonington, and Joanna and Phineas Sprague, the co-founders of Portland Yacht Services.
Joseph K. Loughlin is the former assistant chief of police for the City of Portland. He and mystery and crime author Kate Clark Flora co-wrote the book, Shots Fired. Former Center for Grieving Children president of the board, Nancy Thompson, lost her middle child, Timmy, to suicide at the age of 18.
- Love Maine Radio #335: Robin Alden + Joanna and Phineas Sprague
- Love Maine Radio #334: Joseph K. Loughlin and Kate Clark Flora + Nancy Thompson
- Love Maine Radio #333: Jill Hinckley and Dr. Robert Snyder
- Love Maine Radio #332: Matty Oates and Jessica Jordan
- Love Maine Radio #331: Birch Shambaugh and John Weston
- Love Maine Radio #330: Mitchell Lench and Jessie Dowling + Sam May
- Love Maine Radio #329: Al Miller and Lauren Wayne
- Love Maine Radio #328: Shay Stewart-Bouley and Laura + Malcolm Gauld
- Love Maine Radio #327: Rob Whitten + Todd Richardson and Russ Doucette + Teresa Simpson
- Love Maine Radio #326: Kevin Browne + Sarah Kelly and Leah Robert
What does it mean to lose one’s mind? To become someone unrecognizable to our loved ones and peers? Today’s guests, unfortunately, have witnessed this scenario firsthand. They have seen family members transformed by the brain illness Alzheimer’s. As individuals who have relied heavily on their own brains in creating a livelihood for themselves, they offer compelling perspectives on what it…
The Dalai Lama once said: “The only true guardian of peace lies within: a sense of concern and responsibility for your own future and an altruistic concern for the well-being of others.” The guests on today’s show include individuals who fulfill these criteria and are true guardians of peace: Maine’s former Senator George Mitchell, Meg Baxter, President & CEO, Mitchell…