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Erica Staplton met with Brian Ross Wednesday as he was foraging in the woods for different types of mushrooms.
No 56% (168 Votes)
Yes 44% (130 Votes)
Total: 298 Votes
Dietitian Mary Lavanway, was in for this week’s Wellness Wednesday, using blueberries in a different and healthy way.
Kristie Miner was in the studio with Wayne for this Wednesday’s Senior Spotlight.
Yes 60% (227 Votes)
No 40% (150 Votes)
Total: 377 Votes
Music for Back Pain?
Marion Syversen was on the Noon news for this week’s Finance is Fun with some tips about family and money.
Bobbie Fowler was in from the Old Town Animal Orphanage with a furry friend for us to meet.
On Monday’s I Love My Pet, we met Ashby.
Chris Wilcox from Sam’s Club was in to talk about their upcoming free diabetes awareness health screenings, at their Bangor location.
For this weeks Abby’s Kitchen Bytes, Abby Freethy, showed Wayne how to make delicious Johnnycakes.
Checkout the sights and sounds of the American Folk Festival on the Waterfront in Bangor!
Erica Stapleton was live from the Bangor Waterfront, talking with the Executive Director of The American Folk Festival Heather McCarthy on the Noon News Friday.
Tom Richmond, vocalist/guitarist for the band Bizz Gruntry, and singer/songwriter Meghan Clark were in the studio on Friday talking to Joy about their upcoming show at the Union Street Brick Church in Bangor.
Yes 70% (264 Votes)
No 30% (122 Votes)
Total: 376 Votes
No 81% (226 Votes)
Yes 19% (53 Votes)
Total: 279 Votes
The plot: Ebola, a strain twice as deadly as the one being reporting in the news, is created in an American laboratory and is about to be let loose on the world.
Incest-survivor Kayla Garriott was in the studio on Wednesday speaking to Joy about her upcoming 3rd annual Riding for a Voice event in support of spreading awareness of the silent crime.