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The following is our full-length interview with Neal Flewelling, luthier and owner of Flewelling Guitar Works in Northport.
The following is our full-length interview with Ken Eisen, the Programming Director for the Maine International Film Festival (MIFF) held annually over ten days in Waterville.
The following is our full-length interview with Märgen Soliman, founder and baker of Mug Buddy Cookies in Biddeford.
Entrepreneurship is alive and well here in Maine. To help that along even more, Thomas College has introduced a brand new program called the Harold Alfond Institute for Business Innovation. President Laurie Lachance spearheaded the effort to create this program, which the Alfond Foundation has graciously underwritten at $5.3 million. We’ll sit down with the Institute’s Executive Director for more details about this new vital program. We’ll also bring in our next featured Maine Made entrepreneur, Kim Dailey of Dailey Woodworking. And, as usual, we’ll bring you highlights of other events from the C What’s On calendar. So, let’s get busy and C What’s On.
Fairs and festivals are in high season. So, too, are theatrical presentations in many local venues. This week, we take a close look at the just announced Live on the Lake Music and Food Festival at the Snow Pond Center for the Arts. And, we sit down with two actors who are part of the hilarious comedy, Exit Laughing, which opens on June 16 at the Waterville Opera House. As usual, we’ll also bring you highlights of other events from the C What’s On calendar. So, let’s get busy and C What’s On.