On Monday’s I Love My Pet, we met Smokey
Smokey is a year old, and belongs to the ventimiglia family.
He is the best behaved cat in the world.
Christii Maquillan the Executive Director of New Hope Hospice was in for this week’s Senior Watch, to talk about what hospice does and the philosophy of hospice care.
For this weeks Abby’s Kitchen Bytes, Abby Freethy, showed Wayne how to make homemade bacon croutons. If you have any questions for Abby about this segment or you would like to know how to make the dish, you can email her at email@example.com.
Only one major release hit cinemas this weekend. However moviegoers should keep their eye on director Bennett Miller’s critically acclaimed Foxcatcher which was released in limited venues this weekend. As of now it is a frontrunner as an Oscar contender in multiple categories. That film should expand to a theater near you over the next few weeks.
Public safety dispatchers answer countless calls of distress and emergency every day. Most blend together, but some stand out.
“Suicide calls, homicide, child calls are really tough,” says Betty Stone, who’s been dispatching for 16 years.
Tweeting, posting, texting – they’re constant activities in a society that seems driven by social media.
More kids are exposed to these activities than ever before.
How they handle it all can be determined by how they’re taught.
Mary Lavanway from Hannaford show us how to make Grain-Free Chiquita Banana Loaf
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
3 large Chiquita bananas
3 large Eggs
¼ cup Coconut oil (melted)
1 Tbsp Vanilla extract
2 cups Almond meal
2 Tbsp Coconut flour
1 tsp Baking soda
¼ tsp Salt
½ cup chopped Walnuts (optional)
Dr. Crisostomo Rodrigo Baliog Jr. was in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight. This week, Dr. Baliog spoke with Joy about rheumatoid arthritis and how to look out for it. He noted that, unlike what most people believe, rheumatoid arthritis can be a threat to more than just the elderly, and it’s important to know how to treat it if you find yourself facing it.
Computer technology reaches the hands of kids earlier and earlier, which means they’re also stepping into the world of social media.
One survey found 95 percent of teenagers ages 12-17 use the Internet.
By: Dr. David Prescott – Acadia Hospital
Recently, five workplaces in Maine were recognized by the Maine Psychological Association as having psychologically healthy work environments. These organizations included for profit and not-for-profit, manufacturing and human service agencies, and both large and small employers. As is increasingly true for businesses around Maine and around the country, these employers realize that paying attention to the psychological health of their workplace fosters employee health and well being, as well as enhancing organizational performance and productivity.
Stacey Coventry from the Bangor Humane Society was in the studio Tuesday, introducing Wayne to this week’s Pet of the Week: Schooner.
Schooner is a five year-old male hound mix that has already been neutered and is ready to be picked up today for an adoption fee of $100. Schooner is a bit of a selfish pup, so although he loves socializing with other dogs outside of the house, Stacey recommended a home in which he will be the only dog living there. She also does not rule out houses with cats or children, but says to use caution, and perhaps bring the entire family if you plan to come in to meet Schooner.
Rockland’s iconic Farnsworth Art Museum has been around for 66 years.
“We have 15-thousand objects in the collection, remarkable American paintings collection. We service over 100-thousand people in our programs each year. And we provide an economic impact to this community of 26-million dollars a year,” said Farnsworth director David Brownawell.
When you say Maine to an outsider, a few things usually come to mind.
“Lobsters, lighthouses, moose, Mount Katahdin, Moosehead Lake. Acadia National Park is a big one everyone knows,” said Carol Ann Ouellette, director of Maine’s Office of Tourism.
On Monday’s I Love My Pet, met Milo.
Milo belongs to the Witham family.
He is four years old.
Milo loves cuddling and playing with the dripping shower faucet.
Jim Fernald, from Brookings-Smith Funeral Home was in for this week’s Senior Watch, talking about veterans and what funeral benefits, and which ones they do or do not qualify for.