• 00:58


    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS: Peace begins in the hearts, minds, voices, hands, feet and gatherings of the people.

    General Eisenhower said, “People, in the long run, are going to do more to promote peace than our governments. Indeed, I think that people want peace so much that one of these days governments had better get out of the way and let them have it”. Well, government, the people are gathering, speaking, singing, dancing, drumming, creating signs, walking, and learning for peace at the BELFAST PEACE FESTIVAL in Maine, Friday evening, September 5 and all day Saturday, September 6. At least on the local level, the government is listening.  A Proclamation for a Compassionate City passed by the Belfast City Council will be read on the First Church lawn (rain location in First Church sanctuary)  It announces the beginning of a city-wide effort to become a certified City of Compassion. 

    Our guests today on Envision This! include Neva Allen, festival founder, Deane Perkins, Reverend of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Belfast and event speaker on non-violent communication, and Katia Ancona who is helping to coordinate and promote the event.

    There will be children's events. This festival will be a true celebration of peace, with a street dance, pancake breakfast, meditation, labyrinth, sign making, a peace walk led with a large earth drum, many exciting speakers includingVeterans for Peace, a drumming circle, a labyrinth, barbecue lunch and spaghetti dinner, and evening music with Lynne Deeves, prominent Maine Singer.  Joining her will be our own Patty Heath and Mandi Thomas. A finale integrating the audience into a peaceful chorus will close this year’s Peace Festival.  Folks should go home filled with peace and joy, not fear as the major media would have us.

    For event details go to http://www.belfastpeacefestival.org

  • 01:04

    MCS Live Faceoff: UMass Lowell River Hawks vs. Maine Black Bears

    in Sports

    The fourth episode of MCS Live Faceoff pregame show brought to you by Beast from the Northeast!

    Co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will touch on last weekend's game between the UMass Lowell River Hawks and Harvard, and Wednesday night's game against UConn and preview Saturday night's game between UMass Lowell and Maine at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.

    Shawn Hutcheon of the Lowell Sun and Fourth Period Magazine will join the program at some point to talk college hockey and possibly touch on the Boston Bruins.

    MCS Live Faceoff will shift due to the time of the game and will broadcast from 6:00-7:00pm live from the Tsongas Center. Tune in and tell friends!

    Justin and Greg will take questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook.

  • 00:51

    Bigfoot Ground Zero - Historic Sightings & Maine Sasquatch

    in Pop Culture

    Please join me Wednesday night at 7pm EST, as I recount Sasquatch sightings in Maine dating back to 1872,  along with the recent sightings, which are as recent as February of 2014.  
    We will also talk about the recent aggression that black bears have shown in the past few years in New Jersey, how it is possibly due to increased pressure and human population growth, and how recent Sasquatch encounters might bear the same characteristics.
    As always, thank you for tuning in.  This is going to be a great program!

  • 01:01

    Legalization in Maine & World Class Emerald Cup

    in News

    Maine is considered a key state to pass a marijuana legalization initiative and two groups are seeking to put an initiative on the November 2016 ballot. One is the Washington DC based Marijuana Policy Project which has funded successful legalization initiatives in Colorado and Oregon. The other is Legalize Maine, a local group which has a different approach to legalization and is working to put their initiative on the ballot. Why Maine is such a hot bed for marijuana legalization and how the two initiatives differ will be discussed by our first guest Campaign Coordinator for Legalize Maine Peter McCarrier.


    Billed as the “Definitive Cup for the Fall Harvest” Sonoma County’s 11th Annual Emerald Cup is one of the best and certainly most authentic of the multitude of U.S. cannabis cup competitions. With awards for a variety of categories for buds, concentrates, edibles, topicals and photos, the Emerald Cup is complete with a music fest with multiple bands headlined by the fusion band Slightly Stoopid. Tim Blake, founder and chief organizer of the Emerald Cup is the show’s 2nd guest recalling how the Emerald Cup came to be and the cannabis extravaganza the Dec. 13 and 14th event is going to be.

  • 00:45

    Happy Birthday Ginger Taylor The Canary Party & HealthChoice.org ~ Sallie Elordy

    in News

    Guest Ginger Taylor Cofounder of The Canary Party http://canaryparty.org/ ~ Media Director for HealthChoice.org http://HealthChoice.org ~ Director of the Maine Coalition for Vaccine Choice http://MaineVaxChoice.org

    Contact Sallie O. Elkordy, Host of "Public Advocate" radio here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sallie-O-Elkordy-for-NYC-Public-Advocate/587347554614900 & http://TinyURL.com/VaccineFreeTV ~ NYC Event on 2/13/15, "ASK AN AUTISM MOM: Parents of Vaccine Injured Children Answer Your Questions" https://www.facebook.com/events/411236785700326/



  • 00:35

    ASCD presents "SPARKING STUDENT CREATIVITY with Patti Drapeau

    in Education


    ASCD author  Patti Drapeau from The University of Southern Maine, consultant Maine DoE and board member  the Council for the State Directors of Programs for the Gifted is our guest.

    @ptdrapeau   www.ascd.org


    www.greatbooks.org   @greatbooksfnd

  • 00:44

    Interview With Maine (R&B Recording Artist)

    in Music

    Music is a major escape from life for many people around the world. It has to have a life of its own that the audience tends to feel for, and relate to. The artist must deliver a heart-felt performance, and attractive musical elements in order to make the cut. Maine, a singer from Long Island, New York the Central Islip area, is one of the few that have managed to deliver the goods. The releases of his single 'I Can't Explain It' was an absolute success, as it soared to the top of the radio airplay charts. First debuting at no.2 and then taking over the top spot. In December 2013, the record was announced to be #1 on the internet radio station powerhouse IBFU Radio. The song was only on the air for 21 days before conquering the charts. It would remain on top for the next 5 weeks to come.

    Growing up competing in talent shows and singing in church, Maine's evolution into the music game would come naturally, He had God-given ability to paint realistic pictures of everyday scenarios in the streets, which he personally coined as Ghetto R&B.  


  • 00:33

    On It's Story Time with JD Holida onRRR

    in Books

    Above Should say: It's Story Time with JD Holiday on Red River Radio

    Duke Day For Annie by AgyWilson & The Adventures of Sir Buddy and Mr. Pupples: The Rescue by Richard McEwan. 

    Duke Day For Annie ~ Young Annie prepares for a famous guest. We see the summertime temptations as she whisks through her day's preparations with flair and fun. Based on true events, Duke Day for Annie is set in Old Orchard Beach, Maine circa 1937, as Ann Cummings Searcy readies for her friend Duke Ellington. Large Print.

    Buy at: www.amazon.com/Duke-Day-Annie-Agy-Wilson-ebook/dp/B00IBGMN0K/

    Agy Wilson's site: www.agywilson.com/

    & The Adventures of Sir Buddy and Mr. Pupples: The Rescue~ 

    This is an engaging story for children to read or have read to them about a lost puppy. Hopefully, it will encourage young ones to think about the story when they come upon a stray dog or cat; and seek the guidance of an adult in helping to find it's family...or new home.   

     Buy at: www.amazon.com/Kids-Book-childrens-nutrition-Preschool-ebook/dp/B00LUS1MG2/

    Richard McEwan's site: www.twodogstales.com

    Plus, Book Picks with Author Agy Wilson  Agy Wilson's site: www.agywilson.com/


  • 01:53

    Maine and Kaci Hickox at war

    in Politics Conservative

    Looks like Nurse Kaci Hickox is going to go to court with Maine over the Ebola quarantine mandate.  We will be discussing this and many other things in today's show. Did you know that Hilary Clinton is racist?

  • 00:30

    First Contact Radio1/22/15 - Cosmic Weather, UFOs, Apocryphon of John

    in News

    First Contact Radio 1/22/15 Show #1300 hosted by Joshua Poet


    2015 Mercury Retrograde Calendar

    Mercury Retrograde ~ Meaning

    Jewish Calendar

    Moon Phase


    This Week’s Sky at a Glance, January 16 – 24

    UFO News
    NASA Deletes UFO Out Of Photo and Then Edits Others, Jan 2015

    Soundless Cigar UFO Moves Over Maine

    More Incredible Footage of UFOs Over Western Massachusetts

    British Rail and The Great UFO Caper



    Daily Stories
    The Nag Hammadi Library

    The Apocryphon of John

    In Order To Incarnate To Earth You Had To Master Manifestations

    Lady Nada 

    Warrior of the Light (pg25)

    FREE Meditation Music "Reflections"

  • 01:01

    MPP Reveals Legalization Strategies and Small Desert Town Marijuana Challenge

    in News

    The Marijuana Policy Project has sponsored more successful medical marijuana and legalization initiatives than any other organization in the U.S.A. In 2016 they will be involved with legalization initiatives in Arizona, California, Maine and Nevada. Our first guest is Morgan Fox, Communications Manager for MPP providing insights into the planning and preparations being made in 2015 to insure the success of these marijuana legalization initiatives. With a successful track record at the ballot box unmatched by any other organization, Mr. Fox will lay out the plans for success and most importantly how you can participate with MPP to make the world safe for marijuana.


    20 miles from the sprawling 29 Palms Marine Base and just 15 miles from the renowned Joshua Tree National Park, sits Yucca Valley a small desert town of 20,000. The town had “tolerated” one medical marijuana dispensary for three years but forced it to close in 2014. Our second guest is Jason Elassner who headed the successful campaign to place an initiative before voters allowing dispensaries to open. Having collected enough signatures to require a special election, Jason will divulge the backroom deals and expose the small town intrigues that are changing the political landscape.

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