• 01:42

    OKLEVUEHA: The Pilgrim Vision, Native Prophecy and the Future

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... no call ins please.


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    In this introduction to the June 23, 2001 Talking Circle at The Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, MA. Connie Baxter Marlow shares her theory that the coming together of the visionary leaders of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians set the stage for the creation of the American Mind and the American Spirit, a radically different spirit and mentality from the European. The peace treaty that the Massasoit and the Pilgrims drafted and signed on their first meeting was upheld for over 50 years. She maintains that this coming together on such a high level set the stage for the coming of Peace on Earth as prophesied by the Native peoples. She introduces Thunderbird Turtle Woman, Donna Augustine, MicMac; Grandfather Thunder, Arnie Neptune, Penobscot; Wallace Black Elk, Lakota - Spirit Interpreter.


    Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. Arts and Dialogue on Race Series.
    "A Talking Circle on Prophecy: The Pilgrim Vision, Native Prophecy and the Future"


    Based upon the Exhibition of Images and Ideas:
    "Rhythms of Creation: Impressions of Indigenous People of the World"

  • 01:56

    OKLEVUEHA: The Pilgrim Vision, Native Prophecy and the Future

    in Religion

    Prerecorded... no call ins please.


    Support the broadcast at http://NativeAmericanChurch.us or Prophecykeepers will disappear on 29 April 2014. 


    Visit our website at http://Prophecykeepers.com. 


    In this introduction to the June 23, 2001 Talking Circle at The Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, MA. Connie Baxter Marlow shares her theory that the coming together of the visionary leaders of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians set the stage for the creation of the American Mind and the American Spirit, a radically different spirit and mentality from the European. The peace treaty that the Massasoit and the Pilgrims drafted and signed on their first meeting was upheld for over 50 years. She maintains that this coming together on such a high level set the stage for the coming of Peace on Earth as prophesied by the Native peoples. She introduces Thunderbird Turtle Woman, Donna Augustine, MicMac; Grandfather Thunder, Arnie Neptune, Penobscot; Wallace Black Elk, Lakota - Spirit Interpreter.



    Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. Arts and Dialogue on Race Series.
    "A Talking Circle on Prophecy: The Pilgrim Vision, Native Prophecy and the Future"


    Based upon the Exhibition of Images and Ideas:
    "Rhythms of Creation: Impressions of Indigenous People of the World"

  • 00:21

    Let's Do Lunch! @ La Bella Vita

    in Entertainment

    Let's Do Lunch! visits La Bella Vita at The Samoset Resort in Rockport, Maine. There's more to Maine than succulent and sweet lobster, which host Robin Milling discovered courtesy of the delicious tasting prepared by Executive Chef Tim Pierce.
    Cooking is not Tim's only talent. He tells Robin about his award winning ice-carving sculptures such as a life-size mammoth, and gingerbread holiday creations.  Tim grew up in Boothbay Harbor and says he was hooked by the kitchen with his first job as a dishwasher, joking that he's still doing dishes! He began cooking as a teenager out of necessity due to his working parents with skills so impressive he was making baguettes by nine and preparing dinner parties for the family. At the early age of 20 he became an executive chef.
    Lobster is a must on the menu but there's always an Italian twist starting with Antipasto Della Casa featuring Italian meats and cheeses garnished with house-made mustardo, fig jam, and juicy raisins still on the vine. The Swedish inspired crispy hand-crafted gnocchi adds a pleasing crunch with wild mushrooms, Italian bacon, and spinach topped with creamy Pecorino sauce. Tim, who has been lobster chef of the year prepared an Italian style surf and turf featuring the sweet knuckle of the butter poached lobster and petite filet mignon topped with Tuscan potato puree.
    The summer months are perfect for al fresco dining at La Bella Vita, either by night with romantic views of Penobscot Bay or for lunching lazily watching the lobster schooners go by.

  • 00:22

    Milling About at The Samoset Resort

    in Entertainment

    Milling About visits The Samoset Resort in Maine where romance, relaxation and recreation meet at their lovely waterfront property sitting on the edge of Penobscot Bay. Just sit back on a lawn chair and watch the boats go by or play 18 holes of their championship golf course while taking in spectacular views of the ocean. Luxuriate in your renewal journey at The Spa at Samoset after negotiating rocks on the near mile trek on the Breakwater to the Lighthouse.
    General Manager Connie Russell and Spa Director Julie Slade join host Robin Milling. Connie came to the hospitality business working at his father's motel in his hometown of Orono. Along the property are one and two-bedroom cozy cottages Wind Drift, Spring Tide and Sea Spray, which Connie says are perfect for couples with screened porches and gas fireplaces. The glorious 100 year-old Flume cottage juts out on the rocks boasting an outdoor hot tub on a glass railing deck overlooking Penobsot Bay. Like any historic hotel, The Samoset originally built in 1889, has had it's share of ghost stories like the elevator closing or opening by itself!
    At The Spa, Robin was treated to an aromatherapy massage deeply inhaling frankincense; the scents are tailored to your mood. Before your massage, breathe in the ocean air while sipping tea in the serenity room with privacy screens so you can walk around freely in their cushy velvety robe. Julie tells Robin the massage mixes western and eastern traditions with reflexology, Chakra work and Swedish. A former owner of her own day spa in Camden, Julie led Colorado whitewater rafting tours before she settled in Maine, and now she comes 'skipping to work!'

  • 00:45

    Christina Baker Kline discusses Orphan Train

    in Books

    Join Book Club Girl as she welcomes Christina Baker Kline, author of Orphan Train!
    Penobscot Indian Molly Ayer is close to “aging out” out of the foster care system. A community service position helping an elderly woman clean out her home is the only thing keeping Molly out of juvie and worse...
    As she helps Vivian sort through her possessions and memories, Molly learns that she and Vivian aren’t as different as they seem to be. A young Irish immigrant orphaned in New York City, Vivian was put on a train to the Midwest with hundreds of other children whose destinies would be determined by luck and chance.
    Molly discovers that she has the power to help Vivian find answers to mysteries that have haunted her for her entire life – answers that will ultimately free them both.
    Rich in detail and epic in scope, Orphan Train&

  • 00:59

    Down East Schooners and Shipmasters with Ingrid Grenon

    in History

    LIVE: THURSDAY, 28 February 2013 at 1:00pm EST
    This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Ingrid Grenon, author of Down East Schooners and Shipmasters.
    Nothing is more iconic of Maine than the image of a majestic vessel—masts raised—gliding through the fog on the dark North Atlantic. From the early days of the search for a Northwest Passage to the quest for the mysterious and illusive Norumbega, the history of Mount Desert Island, Hancock, Bar Harbor and the rest of the Down East area has always traveled on schooners. Now, in the twenty-first century, these ships and their heritage are being preserved, and Mainers are sailing aboard them once again. In this collection, author Ingrid Grenon presents the most important and incredible stories from the decks of Down East’s schooners, revealing how these remarkable vessels and Down East Maine are tied together.
    Ingrid Grenon was born in Maine, where she grew up in proximity to many treasures of previous centuries. Ingrid currently resides in southeastern Massachusetts, where she owns a small horse farm and is employed by the State Department of Developmental Disabilities. She holds a degree in psychology, as well as a degree in equestrian science, and also has a riding master's degree. In addition, Ingrid has a diploma in horseshoeing science from Oklahoma Farrier's College. She is also a published poet.
    Ingrid is a member of the Boothbay Region Historical Society, the Somerset Historical Society, the Braintree Historical Society, the Mount Desert Island Historical Society, the Maine Maritime Museum, the Penobscot Marine Museum and the Maine Historical Society.
    For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com

  • 00:54

    Art of The Red River

    in Art

    Red River Radio presents "Art of The Red River".  Artists, Wade Zahares, Mike Dubisch, and Carolyn Watson-Dubisch interview sculptors and artists from all walks of life.  Our first guest is sculptor Nathan Nicholls.A welder/sculptor of recycled/found metal objects. His current passion is transforming his yard into an extensive sculpture park where people can come and meditate or simply enjoy the view. He has works on display at his home gallery in Waldoboro, Maine, at many area galleries and businesses. His sculptures are on extended exhibit at the Liberty tool museum in Liberty, Maine and Hulls cove in Bar Harbor, Maine. His work also has shown at the Penobscot Marine museum in Belfast Maine and he has sold works to many people far and near. After Nathan will be cartoonist and animator Mike Bocianowski.His work has shown in the Untied States and Poland and he's the creator of the popular comic series "Chuck The Ugly American".  His latest comic book series "Yets!" is also proving to be just as engaging. He's taught animation at the Edinboro University and was the featured artist on a PBS show called "Egg". We're thrilled to have this diverse and creative cartoonist and animator join us today. Our final guest is Frank Dixon. Frank Dixon studied art and illustration at Art Center College of Design and received his MFA in fine arts from California State University at Los Angeles. His background ranges from portrait artist on the Queen Mary, to award winning graphic designer/ illustrator for NASA, to a popular art instructor in Southern California. Many of his treetch paintings and writings are featured in his three books: Drawing Treetch and other Fantastic Creatures, The Struggles of A Treetch, and The Art of Frank Robert Dixon . He lives with his wife and two children in a land of rolling hills and rather large trees in southern California.
     

  • 01:01

    Plant Spirit

    in Spirituality

    Join host Laura Rose as she welcomes Keshav Howe to the show.  Keshav is a Spiritual Counselor & Shaman, Master Healer & Teacher of Penobscot Native American Heritage.  He will share with us the holistic healing practice of Plant Spirit Healing.

  • 01:00

    The gr8inferno Show: Talk soup is good

    in Current Events

    With special guest Cary Weston- Cary is Bangor born and raised, graduated from Bangor High School in 1990 and received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from the University of Maine in 1994.

    Cary is active in a number of community boards, including the Bangor Nursing and Rehab Clinic, Penobscot Theatre , My Friends Place and the City of Bangor Parks and Recreation advisory board.

    Cary is the founding chair of Fusion:Bangor , an organization born to empower young professionals to have a voice and make an impact in community affairs.

    He is a 2004 graduate of the Bangor Region Leadership Institute. He is a recreational kayaker, a novice fly-fisherman, a horrible golfer, paints by numbers, makes wine from a kit and will play just about any sport that keeps score. Once, just for fun, he took home a trophy for his one and only attempt at stand-up comedy.

    Cary founded CM Weston - a full service marketing firm in 2001 and in 2005 merged with his current business partner to form Sutherland Weston Marketing Communications.

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