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January 29, 2017

C What’s On Show Archive

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Episode 48: Erda Handbags, Dog Not Gone, Author Anita Sheve

We’re excited this week to introduce a brand new feature on C What’s On – Maine Made Products. Each week we will take the time to introduce you to Maine entrepreneurs who are adding to the mystique that makes this great state so special. This week we take a close look at Erda Handbags, a Dexter company utilizing the fine art of stitchery to create handbags known the world over.

We also introduce you to Dog Not Gone, a company from Skowhegan and Kingfield that is making a name for itself in products aimed at protecting dogs and humans from ticks and other insects – Gee, do you think this is timely for all that’s in our news recently? Finally, while we introduce a nice array of events throughout Maine, we will also introduce you to Anita Sheve and her book, The Stars Are Fire, based on the 1947 fire that burned most of Maine. So, sit back and enjoy this week’s edition of C What’s On.


Erda Handbags Dog Not Gone Anita Shreve The Stars are Fire

Episode 47: Wedding Season, Maine Arts Commission

It’s high wedding season here in Maine, and today we sat down with a pair of entrepreneurs who are making Maine a highly sought-after designation for weddings and other fine cultural events. We also had a visit with Julie Richard of the Maine Arts Commission for a serious look at the proposed federal budget and its impact, if passed, on the Maine arts scene. And, as usual, we sprinkled in a fine array of music and events that are coming right up in the state of Maine.


Episode 46: Skowhegan Opera House, Travis Tritt

The cultural scene in Maine is vibrant and rapidly growing all the time. Today, we sat down with an individual who is intimately involved with the Somerset County cultural scene and is leading an effort to redevelop the Skowhegan Opera House. We also caught up with Travis Tritt to share some insights regarding his career and his upcoming concert here in Augusta at the Civic Center on May 21.


Episode 45: Oral Interpretation

Oral interpretation, in any of its artistic forms, is our topic for today’s show. We know the art form on this station especially in how singers interpret the written words in their songs. Today we explore other elements of the art form with two guests: Lucy Rioux is the Director of Open Book Players with international experience in oral interpretation and reader’s theater. We are also proud to host the winner of the statewide Poetry Out Loud competition, Gabrielle Cooper, from Gardiner. So, sit back with your coffee as we explore a bit this great art form: oral interpretation.


Episode 44: Maine State Museum ‘Upta Camp’

It’s springtime and a time when our thoughts turn to the outdoors. Today, we are going Upta Camp through the eyes of a special stereoview exhibit from the Maine State Museum, and we will take you on a journey on foot from Compton, Quebec to Biddeford, Maine through the lens of a new film to be unveiled this week here in Maine. So, welcome to our C What’s On journey for this week.


Episode 43: Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Photography and Migration Project at Colby

Today we are going to take a trip under the sea and across the sea, as it were. We have special guests from the cast of Disney’s The Little Mermaid joining us in the studio, and we have the director of the Photography and Migration Project at Colby in the house. As you can tell, from our youngest audience members to those who are interested in how we all migrated here over the years – today we will connect those dots.