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Mill City Sports debut broadcast of MCS Live is Saturday, June 14 at 3:00pm eastern!
MCS Live co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will talk Lowell Spinners opening night, Boston Bruins and UMass Lowell River Hawks hockey offseason and much more!
Shawn Hutcheon, Bruins correspondent for the Fourth Period Magazine and contributor to Mill City Sports, will be along for the ride to talk about the Bruins and River Hawks offseason.
Additionally, we will talk about our favorite father's memories and want to hear yours!
Tune in, follow @MCSLiveRadio on twitter and tweet at us during the broadcast using #MCSLive for a chance to win tickets to a Lowell Spinners baseball game!
For our debut MCS Live broadcast we will not be taking phone calls. However, our future broadcasts will!
About the author
Joe Scott is a major developer and contractor in the Merrimack River Valley, and also an acclaimed author. His first book, The Joe Dial, received glowing reviews for its perceptive take on human interaction, and the role of positive and negative energy in relationships.
About the books
His new series, The Friend Ship Friendesha, introduces many of the same lessons to children ages 4-8. With bright, bold illustrations by local artist R. Boone, and delightful characters, the new story is sure to be a hit with young ones and their parents, as the lovable extra-terrestrial race of Friendeshans spread happiness and positive energy around the galaxy.
From his phenomenal collection of over 25,000 articles and stories of the Maine Woods, Steve Pinkham has selected more of the most exciting old hunting and fishing tales, as well as stories of animal encounters, lumbering, canoe trips and tall tales for this sequel to Old Tales of the Maine Woods. Ranging from 1845 to 1905, this book also covers the Maine Woods from Magalloway to Moosehead and Mopang to Madawaska. Most people know that Thoreau went to Maine several times, wrote eloquently about his travels and coined the phrase “Maine Woods.” Now for the reader will get to read more stories by many more known and unknown men and women who also travelled to northern Maine and wrote about their experiences of penned fictional stories set in the backwoods. Included are brief biographies and portraits of the known writers. For the unknown authors, Pinkham has included appropriate pictures. In his first volume, Pinkham included histories of each region; for this volume he has included many early bits of fascinating information for each chapter.
UMaine alum and news anchor for WNEW in Washington D.C., Jim MacKay, joins the guys to talk politics, sports, and his memories of Orono. Are Ted Woodward's days numbered as Men's Basketball coach at Orono, the guys discuss what's wrong with the Black Bears. Plus a look at Maine's first round Hockey East tournament match-up against Merrimack.
Mike McMahon welcomes New Haven Register hockey writer Chip Malafronte for a converastion about Yale heading into Merrimack's Saturday game with the defending national champions on Saturday night at Ingalls Rink in New Haven. Mike also tackles a mailbag question about Merrimack's goal scoring.
What are the best ways for authors to market and sell their books? Brian Jud, Executive Director of SPAN (Small Publisher's Association of North America) tells us how in this episode. We talk about alternative non-bookstore markets, what Brian does as a consultant for Merrimack Media, and some tips on selling your book.
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