Love Maine Radio With Dr. Lisa Belisle

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Sinopsis

Love Maine Radio with Dr. Lisa Belisle is a weekly, hour-long program that connects listeners with stories that help them get the most out of living in Maine. Each show introduces the audience to a community of passionate Mainers who share their interesting, poignant, joyful, and inspiring perspectives on living.

Episodios

  • Kat Frati

    06/06/2018

    Kat Frati is the owner of Grown Up Girl, a blog dedicated to inspiring women of all ages to create sustainable happiness in their lives. The site offers life advice through practical tips and inspiring stories by focusing on the themes of health, wealth, love, gratitude, and bliss. The remarried mom of four kids, plus two stepchildren, is a cancer and open-heart surgery survivor, entrepreneur, musician, athlete, cribbage player, and often blissed out. A former computer engineer who designed air traffic control simulations for the Federal Aviation Administration, Frati founded grownUPgirl.com in 2013. She’s currently working on a new initiative of building an online resource of life skills lessons for young adults. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/kat-frati/

  • Brian Andreas + Fia Skye

    06/06/2018

    For many years, Brian Andreas, the creator of StoryPeople, has been writing and creating stories in many different ways, through many different mediums. He's been a playwright, worked with marble, mixed media, recycled barn wood, and has created tin sculptures and pen and ink and gouache watercolor prints. Fia Skye’s professional career as an actress and text/voice professor has allowed her to deeply dive into the intense study of human behavior, body, voice and believability in performance through theatre. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/brian-andreas-fia-skye/

  • Christy Gardner

    01/06/2018

    Christina "Christy" Gardner is a 35-year-old retired Army veteran. She grew up in Auburn, but spent a lot of her childhood in New York City. She played sports growing up and loved to be outside, but was also rather artistic. After high school, she attended Long Island University in NY and earned a degree in photography, but had signed up to leave with the Army as soon as she graduated. She served as a military police officer and was injured overseas in 2006. She spent a year and a half rehabbing on active duty and three and a half years rehabbing at the VA Hospital. Due to her brain injury, she started back over at the third grade level to re-learn English, grammar, and math. After being discharged from the rehab programs, she was able to live on her own again and started participating in adaptive sports. She is now co-captain of the U.S. Women's Para Ice Hockey team. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/christy-gardner/

  • Dr. Owen Logue

    01/06/2018

    Owen J. Logue, Ed.D., is an accomplished leader with over 30 years of professional experience in the field of education. Dr. Logue currently serves as the executive director of the Maine Educational Center for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing. He has held faculty appointments at the University of Maine, Smith College, and Providence College. He was also an associate dean of academic services at the University of Maine at Orono for 11 years. He received a Doctorate of Education from Vanderbilt University (focus: Higher Education Administration); a Masters in Education from the University of Maine (focus: Secondary Social Studies and Special Education); and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Southern Maine (major: Social Welfare). A former cross-country and track and field coach, Dr. Logue also participated as a deaf Olympian representing the United States in track and field in west Germany and Los Angeles. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/dr-owen-logue/

  • Ari Solotoff

    25/05/2018

    Ari Solotoff is a business and entertainment lawyer with the Portland firm of Bernstein Shur. As a lawyer he focuses his practice on nonprofit law and copyright law, with an emphasis on music copyright and licensing matters. Solotoff represents a variety of musicians, ensembles, music publishers, and other creatives, as well as a diverse range of nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. Solotoff earned his law degree from the University of Maine School of Law in 2015 and holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Before becoming an attorney, he served for over a decade in leadership positions within the classical music industry, including as executive director of the Portland Symphony Orchestra, the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra in Florida, and as executive vice president of The Philadelphia Orchestra. A native of New York and California, Solotoff lives with his family in Portland’s Back Cove. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/ari-solotoff/

  • Matt Chappell

    25/05/2018

    Matt Chappell owns and operates Gather restaurant, a neighborhood eatery in the heart of Yarmouth’s village. As a proud native Mainer, Chappell has intentionally pursued ways to make Maine the focus of his restaurant. Whether it’s the food he procures from area farms, the musicians he books, the art he displays, or the vendors he chooses – all of it is meant to celebrate the bounty of the state. He credits his mother for his love and curiosity of food, and his father for modeling a community-centered business approach. He and his partner Wendy are currently blending families and building a new house in Yarmouth. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/matt-chappell/

  • Dr. Dan Landry

    18/05/2018

    Dr. Dan Landry trained and worked within the Harvard system in Boston as a pediatric anesthesiologist prior to joining Spectrum Healthcare Partners in 1994. Since arriving in Maine, Dr. Landry concentrated his practice on the care of both children and adults with cardiac disease. In addition to his clinical duties, he became active in practice administration and health policy. Over the past 15 years, he managed the largest division within Spectrum and served as president and chairman of the board. In addition to his role within Spectrum, he sits on numerous healthcare-related boards and advocates for healthcare reform, and he is a policy advisor during the governor’s transition into office. On January 1, he gave up his administrative positions within Spectrum Healthcare Partners to focus on his clinical practice and advocate for healthcare reform within Maine and throughout the United States. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/dr-dan-landry/

  • Emily Sharood and Johnny Dickinson

    18/05/2018

    Emily Sharood is the sales and marketing director at Mousam Valley Mushrooms, a certified organic mushroom farm she started with her father and brother in 2012. The farm, located in Springvale, sells oyster and shiitake mushrooms throughout New England. Johnny Dickinson is the head molder operator at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick and also runs his own woodworking business, Winter Hill Design, located in Kennebunkport. He has a BFA from Maine College of Art in woodworking and furniture design. He designed and built the wooden structures that hold the mushroom blocks at Mousam Valley Mushrooms, and works on the farm on the weekends. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/emily-sharood-and-johnny-dickinson/

  • Kim Swan

    11/05/2018

    As a young child, Kim Swan was immersed in the family real estate and insurance business and as a freshman in college was encouraged by her father to get her real estate license. She joined the family company in 1981, selling homes through college summers before purchasing the company in 1994. Today, she is the sole stockholder of Trumpeter Inc., d/b/a The Swan Agency Sotheby's International Realty. Swan focuses on business development and selective brokerage of luxury and commercial properties. She has also produced Living Acadia TV for the last three seasons and is the founder and creative director of the Mount Desert Island Designer Showhouse. She was the executive producer of the 2017 film “The Fire of ’47” for the Bar Harbor Historical Society and is currently working on the next documentary in the series, “Consolidation,” exploring the 50th Anniversary of Mount Desert Island High School. Swan is on the board of the Bar Harbor Historical Society and previously served ten years as a Bar Harbor town coun

  • Emily Wedick and Louise

    11/05/2018

    Emily Wedick and her friend Louise are advertising account managers at Maine Media Collective. They each have young children who are transgender. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/emily-wedick-and-louise/

  • Richard Russo

    04/05/2018

    Novelist and screenwriter Richard Russo is the author of eight novels, two short story collections, and the memoir Elsewhere. Empire Falls won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2002 and was made into an Emmy nominated HBO miniseries starring Ed Harris and Helen Hunt. His most recent novel, Everybody’s Fool, is a sequel to the earlier Nobody’s Fool, which was made into an award-winning movie starring Paul Newman. Russo is currently vice president of the Authors Guild. He lives with his wife Barbara in Portland, where his daughter Emily recently opened a bookstore called Print.  He’s collaborated with his other daughter—artist Kate Russo—on the book Interventions and more recently on screenplays. His most recent book of stories, Trajectory, was published in spring 2018 by Knopf, and a collection of essays, The Destiny Thief, comes out in May of 2018. He’s currently at work on a new novel. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/richard-russo-2/

  • Sean Alonzo Harris

    04/05/2018

    Sean Alonzo Harris is an editorial, commercial, and fine art photographer concentrating on narrative and environmental portraiture. Over the past 25 years his work has been included in a range of national publications, advertising campaigns and exhibitions. In these varied contexts Harris’s work focuses on human experience and identity, and examines how individuals visualize themselves and how they are portrayed. His images bear witness to often invisible or overlooked members of our communities, and create portraits that provide a counterimage and narrative of self worth and personal agency. Harris has also received critical acclaim for his fine art work. Recently, he was awarded a Kindling Fund grant from Space Gallery and the Warhol Foundation for his project, Visual Tensions. This collaborative photographic project and community dialog pairs people of color with members of law enforcement. Harris will create photographic portraits as a means to confront and question cultural and racial assumptions, stere

  • Rachel Walls

    27/04/2018

    Rachel Walls is the owner of the gallery Rachel Walls Fine Art, located in Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth. The gallery is currently exhibiting the artwork of Dahlov Ipcar and Walls is also organizing exhibitions at the University of Cincinnati and Bates College, which will open this summer. Walls, who grew up in Cape Elizabeth, first encountered Ipcar as a child when the artist came to Pond Cove Elementary School through a visiting artists program. A skiing accident in 2010 brought Ipcar into Walls’ life again. She was seriously injured and had to re-learn to speak and write. When one of her doctors suggested looking at children’s books, she gravitated to the Dahlov Ipcar books she had loved as a child. And after much work, Walls regained her speech and writing skills, all the while never losing her interest in creativity and visual beauty. By 2015, Walls was representing Ipcar professionally and the plan to exhibit her personal collection was well underway when the artist passed away in February 2018

  • Danielle Devine

    27/04/2018

    Danielle Devine joined the staff of Maine Home+Design as the managing editor in January 2018. She has been writing, editing, and managing art, design, and architecture magazines for the last 12 years. Before joining Maine Home+Design as managing editor, she contributed as a freelance writer. Devine has a masters degree in decorative arts and design from Parsons School of Design at the New School. She lives in Portland with her husband, two daughters, and dog, Merlin. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/danielle-devine/

  • Steve Rodrigue

    20/04/2018

    Steve Rodrigue is the founder and owner of Maine Raised Gardens, a full-service vegetable garden company that designs, builds, and installs custom edible gardens for residential and commercial customers, plants the gardens with the vegetables and herbs of the customer's choice, and maintains the gardens. Their mission is to bridge the gap between farms and consumers by increasing food production on a smaller, more intimate and human powered scale. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/steve-rodrigue/

  • Eddie Woodin

    20/04/2018

    Eddie Woodin is the owner of Woodin and Company Store Fixtures in South Portland.  He has spent the last 40 years advocating for the environment and working with conservation and preservation groups, including Scarborough Land Trust, Maine Audubon, and Friends of Casco Bay. He founded Citizens for a Green Scarborough, which helped to pass a pesticide policy. Historic New England recently honored him with its 2017 Prize for Collecting Works on Paper in recognition of Woodin’s collection of bird art and memorabilia. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/eddie-woodin/

  • Evelyn King

    13/04/2018

    Fly fisher Evelyn King is a founding director of the Sebago Trout Unlimited’s Women’s Fly Fishing Group. She also serves on Sebago Trout Unlimited’s Board of Directors and volunteers with Casting for Recovery, a fly fishing instructional program for breast cancer survivors. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/evelyn-king/

  • Jennifer Hutchins

    13/04/2018

    Jennifer Hutchins became the executive director of the Maine Association of Nonprofits in July 2016, where she leads a member network of more than 900 charitable nonprofits and 150 private partners. Prior to joining Maine Association of Non-Profits, she led the city of Portland’s efforts to strengthen the creative economy as executive director of Creative Portland. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/jennifer-hutchins/

  • Paul Golding + Alexandra Sagov

    06/04/2018

    Paul Golding was born and educated in the U.K. before moving to the United States in 1990. He has served in a number of senior roles in public health advocacy, higher education, and social services. Since moving to Maine in 2002, he has worked at Day One, an adolescent substance prevention and treatment agency, The Center for Grieving Children, and Stepping Stones. He served as the president of the National Alliance for Grieving Children and currently serves as the executive director of Family Hope, a mental health resource agency located in Scarborough. Alexandra Sagov, who has a masters in social work and holds a Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician Certfication, has served with Family Hope since 2017. She holds a BA in political communications and public relations from Emerson College. She has served in a number of roles for the United Way, Catholic Charities, and the YMCA. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/paul-golding-alexandra-sagov/

  • Quincy Hentzel

    06/04/2018

    Quincy Hentzel is the CEO of the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce. Hentzel has been CEO since July 2017 and previously served as interim CEO. She has spent most of her professional career working in government relations, including over a decade as a representative of Maine’s credit unions in both Augusta and Washington, D.C. She is also very engaged in her community and personally serves on many non-profit boards and committees, including Rippleffect, Community Financial Literacy, Center for Grieving Children, and cPort Credit Union. Before becoming CEO of the Chamber, she served on the Portland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for 9 years. https://www.themainemag.com/radio/radio-guests/quincy-hentzel/

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